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80321A: Cash Manager in Microsoft Dynamics SL 2011

 

Course OutlineModule 1: Overview
This module introduces the Cash Manager software module of Microsoft Dynamics SL 2011. It introduces the windows and processes that are used to complete the accounting cycle in Cash Manager. This module is optional and can be skipped at the instructor's discretion. 
Lessons
Course Description
Module Overview
Cash Manager Process Flow
Other Features
After completing this module, students will be able to:
Understand the goals of this course.
Review how the Cash Manager module fits into the suite of available modules for the Microsoft Dynamics SL system.
Follow the flow of transactions through Cash Manager.
 
Module 2: Active Overview
This module examines the core processes that are used in Cash Manager. The purpose is to introduce each step in the accounting cycle, briefly discuss its purpose and primary features, and focus on its function in the accounting cycle. Please note that this chapter is not intended to provide you with a detailed primer on each of these topics. This module is optional and can be skipped at the instructor's discretion.
Lessons
Establishing a Cash Account
Cash Transactions
View Cash Account Balances
Bank Reconciliation
After completing this module, students will be able to:
Identify the basic processes required to create a Cash Account.
Understand the processes involved in the Cash Manager accounting cycle.
View the results of transactions.
 
Module 3: Cash Account MaintenanceThis module examines the setup of cash manager accounts. The purpose is to describe the information required for accounts and discuss the criteria for tracking a cash account in the Cash Manager module. The importance of establishing a correct beginning balance for an account is discussed.
Lessons
Procedures for Maintaining Cash Accounts
Cash Account Maintenance
Establish beginning balances
Lab : Cash Account Maintenance
Establish a New Cash Account
After completing this module, students will be able to:
Understand which accounts should be tracked in Cash Manager.
Define accounts in Cash Manager.
Determine the beginning balance for an account.
Understand the purpose of the Cash Manager Integrity Check.
 
Module 4: Entry TypesThis module examines the setup of Entry Types. It discusses reasons for creating various entry types and the specific uses of system defined entry types. It also explores the impact of the settings for an entry type in the data entry process.
Lessons
Procedures for Maintaining Entry Types
Types of Entry Types
Entry Type Maintenance window
Lab : Entry Types
Define Entry Types
After completing this module, students will be able to:
Understand how entry types are used.
Define Entry Types for tracking transactions.
 
Module 5: Cash Account Transactions and TransfersThis module discusses the fields and features of the Cash Transaction and Transfers windows. This chapter examines how the Entry Types are used and the processes required to update cash account balances. Integration of the Cash Manager module with the Microsoft Dynamics SL Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable, and Payroll modules is discussed.
Lessons
Procedures for entering Cash Account Transactions
Cash Manager Process Flow
Processing Payments in AR
Procedures for Entering Cash Account Transfers
Lab : Cash Account Transactions and Transfers
Cash Account Transactions
Cash Account Transfers
After completing this module, students will be able to:
Enter transactions for Cash Accounts.
Enter transfers between Cash Accounts.
Understand how Cash Manager balances are updated.
 
Module 6: Recurring ItemsUse the recurring invoice feature to make repetitive documents more efficient. This module illustrates how to define a recurring item and execute the process to create the transaction each period.
Lessons
Procedures for using Recurring Items
Recurring Item Maintenance
Generate Recurring Items
Lab : Recurring Items
Generate a Recurring Transaction
After completing this module, students will be able to:
Determine when transactions should be defined as Recurring Items.
Set up Recurring Items.
Process Recurring Items to generate a batch.
 
Module 7: Cash Account InquiryThis module examines the series of windows available for viewing account balances and drilling down to the transaction details. The Inquiry windows access cash account balances without having to print financial statements or reports. Here you will learn to view balances and drill down to the details of the source transactions.
Lessons
Daily Cash Balances
Inquiry Windows
Lab : Cash Account Inquiry
Viewing Cash Balances
Entering and Viewing Cash Transactions
Locating Cash Transactions in the General Ledger
After completing this module, students will be able to:
Explain how to locate cash balances and transactions.
Explain how and when cash balances are updated.
 
Module 8: Bank ReconciliationThis module describes how to complete the Bank Reconciliation process. Students enter additional transactions that are found on the bank statement, clear ranges of checks and deposits, and learn to default information regarding cleared items.
Lessons
Procedures for performing Bank Reconciliation
Bank Reconciliation Window
Un-Clearing a transaction
Deleting a Bank Reconciliation
Bank Reconciliation Reports
Lab : Bank Reconciliation
Perform Bank Reconciliation
After completing this module, students will be able to:
Understand the steps involved in the Bank Reconciliation process.
Perform the Bank Reconciliation.
 
Module 9: Bank Reconciliation ImportIn this module you will set up the system to import a file transmitted from the bank to automatically clear checks and deposits. You will also associate un-matched transactions with specific items in the database and complete the Bank Reconciliation process.
Lessons
Clear Check/Deposit Import Setup
Clear Check/Deposit Import
Clear Checks/Deposits
Lab : Bank Reconciliation Import
Complete the Clear Check/Deposit Import Setup Window
After completing this module, students will be able to:
Set up the system to import bank reconciliations.
Import a Bank Reconciliation file.
Clear imported items.
 
Module 10: Cash Flow ProjectionsThis module introduces the concept of what-if reporting allowed in Cash Manager. Enter transactions that are used for reporting purposes. Students review how to combine the potential transactions with actual data to produce a Cash Flow Projection report.
Lessons
Procedures for Maintaining Cash Flow Items
Cash Projections
Cash Flow Projection Report
Lab : Cash Flow Projections
Enter Cash Flow Items
After completing this module, students will be able to:
Understand how to use Cash Flow Items.
Define Cash Flow items for use in reporting.
Produce a Cash Flow Projection report.
 
Module 11: Month End and ClosingThis module describes creating a closing checklist to ensure all transactions and activities have been completed for the accounting period, producing appropriate audit trail reports, and correcting an out of balance condition. It demonstrates how to close only Cash Manager, or all modules for the period. It also discusses the detail retention and deletion options.
Lessons
Balance the Cash Manager Module
Correct an Out of Balance Condition
Close for the Month or Year
Delete Cash Manager Detail
Perform Cash Manager Integrity Check
After completing this module, students will be able to:
Explain the Month-End processes and procedures.
Balance Cash Manager.
Decide when to close Cash Manager for the period.
Execute the Closing process for all modules.
Delete detail for all modules.
Explain the CA Integrity Check and when to use it.
 
Module 12: ConsolidationThis module discusses the Cash Manager consolidation process. You will take information from different databases with similar and differing periods, calendar years, and chart of account structures, then create a consolidated set of data for reporting purposes.
Lessons
Procedures for performing Consolidations
Generate Consolidation File
Read consolidation File
After completing this module, students will be able to:
Decide when and if the Consolidation process is necessary.
Define Consolidation accounts.
Define Source and Destination databases.
Generate and Read the Consolidation File.
 

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