We did this many years ago by building a custom AR reporting system to age
from invoice date. In the past year we have scraped aging by invoice date
and went back to aging by due day. We still use the custom system but now
use due date.

Dave Barry
Programming Manager
Dawn Food Products, Inc.
(517) 780-4354
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I was asked by management to poll the JBA user group, to see if anyone has

ever converted JBA A/R (version 3.5.1) to an entirely invoice date-based
system (or decided it was not feasible due to cost or other
considerations)? I'm talking Agings, Credit Manager Statistics, inquiry
screens, the whole nine yards....

Thanks,
Jeri J. Kilroy
IT Applications Development Manager
General Fasteners Company
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