Recent Software Developments

Listed below are a number of the key enhancements that have been added to axis diplomat and axis payroll.

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Nominal Ledger & General Accounts

Support for Making Tax Digital for VAT

Available to all axis diplomat 2016 customers

Release Date: 07/03/2019

A complete suite of updates has now been released to allow axis diplomat users to manage and submit their VAT Returns after Making Tax Digital ("MTD") for VAT is introduced in April of this year.

In addition to a new MTD VAT Returns function to handle the actual submission process, other new functions include a VAT Transaction Monitor and new adjustment functions. These have all been grouped into a single VAT menu.

For more information:

https://www.axisfirst.co.uk/software/making-tax-digital/axisdiplomat/

Sales Ledger, CRM & Sales Order Processing

Link CRM Calls to Customer Returns

Available to all axis diplomat 2016 customers

Release Date: 29/03/2019

It is now possible to link a CRM Call to a Customer Return.

This is ideal when using the CRM capability of axis diplomat to manage queries and issues within the Customer Services department, where the events on the CRM Call can provide everyone with access to the full history of the issue.

Default Special Instructions by Delivery Address

Available to axis diplomat 2018 Software Assurance customers

Release Date: 18/03/2019

It is now possible to define separate Default Special Instructions for each additional Delivery Address held against a Customer Account.

These Special Instructions are then used when entering a Sales Order for that Delivery Address but they may then be subsequently amended for that specific Sales Order.

Purchase Ledger & Purchase Order Processing

Verify Supplier's VAT Number in Purchase Order Invoice/Credit Note Booking

Available to axis diplomat 2018 Software Assurance customers

Release Date: 25/03/2019

The recent modification to allow a supplier's Account Classification to be overriden in Purchase Order Invoice Booking and Purchase Order Credit Note Booking has been extended, for axis diplomat 2018 customers with Software Assurance to include the ability to verify an EC VAT Registration Number using VIES.

Override Account Classification in Purchase Order Invoice Booking

Available to all axis diplomat 2016 customers

Release Date: 22/03/2019

Both Purchase Order Invoice Booking and Purchase Order Credit Note Booking have been extended to allow the Supplier's Account Classification to be overridden. This only affects the current document although the setting will be remembered if the next document in the session relates to the same supplier.

When changing a Supplier's classification to EC Member State, you also have the ability to set the EC Country Code and VAT Registration Number at the same time.

This is useful, for example, when suppliers have a number of VAT Registrations and may ship goods from a variety of locations. Using multiple supplier accounts is not always practical in these situations as it may not be known, when the purchase order is raised, from which country the goods will be shipped.

This enhancement is particularly relevant with the introduction of Making Tax Digital as it can help reduce the number of corrections and adjustments that need to be made at a later date,

Stock Ledger, Bill of Materials & MRP

Bin Column added to Stock Transactions Monitor

Available to all axis diplomat 2016 customers

Release Date: 01/04/2019

Custom Monitor Tabs showing Stock Transactions now include an additional column showing the Bin.

Update Unchanged Current Cost in Purchase Order Invoice Booking

Available to all axis diplomat 2016 customers

Release Date: 27/03/2019

Purchase Order Invoice Booking has been updated to enable the "Update stock current cost" tickbox to be checked even when the Current Cost is unchanged,

This ensures that the Updated date shown in Stock Enquiry reflects the revised date, confirming that the cost is indeed current:

Hire Management

Additional Description Lines on Hires

Available to axis diplomat 2016 Software Assurance customers with Hire Management

Release Date: 25/04/2019

The axis diplomat Hire module has been enhanced to allow Additional Description Lines to be added to Hires, mirroring the facility offered with Sales and Purchase documents such as Sales Orders, Invoices and Purchase Orders.

This development allows you to add unlimited narrative to your hire documents and Additional Description lines may be inserted at any point within the document lines, allowing you to sub-divide the hire into sections, if you wish.

Each Additional Description line may, optionally, be printed on:

Provisional Future Hires

Available to axis diplomat 2018 Software Assurance customers with Hire Management

Release Date: 23/04/2019

The Hire module has been extended to allow unconfirmed or provisional forward-dated hires to be recorded.

When entering a forward-dated hire, you are now able to specify whether the hire is confirmed or unconfirmed.

The Hire Schedule Monitor has also been enhanced to identify unconfirmed forward dated hires by extending the colour-coding used - confirmed hires are shown in dark blue whilst unconfirmed hires are shown in light blue. Similarly, items that are forecast to be over-allocated at a particular date due to confirmed hires are shown in red whilst over-allocations due to unconfirmed hires are shown in amber.

This development allows more accurate forecasts of the likely availability of hire items as well as providing a means of recording hire quotations.

axis payroll

Additional Columns added to HR and Employee Monitors

Available to axis payroll 2018 Software Assurance customers

Release Date: 20/03/2019

Two additional columns have been added to both the HR Monitor and the Employee Monitor:

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