Streamline Your MJE Process Using WS Journal Entry
By Clinton Jones on Dec 28, 2016
Journal Entry (JE) can also be used to post accruals and various Accounts Payable (AP) and Accounts Receivable (AR) documents in SAP, all from the easy to use Microsoft Excel interface. If you are already using Winshuttle Studio or Studio Runner, you have the ability to use Winshuttle Journal Entry. All you need to do is install the product. Journal Entry 9.4 comes with a couple of powerful new capabilities you might want to take advantage of to enhance an already rich user experience for posting journals in SAP.
Automate more manual journal entry transactions
Although common manual journal entry (MJE) transactions like FB01, F-02 and FB50 have been available since the first version of JE, v9.4 now includes FBV1 for document parking, F-65 for document parking and F-43 and F-22 for posting Vendor and Customer invoices. There is also added support for Windows 10 and Microsoft Office 2016 as well as SAP GUI 740 in this version.
A single installer will install the correct version, 32-bit or 64-bit, based on the version of Microsoft Office you have and there is now support for column based BAPI templates. Journal Entry 9.4 is compatible with the latest version of the Winshuttle Function Module and includes a bundle of 40 templates based on 21 transaction codes and the SAP BAPI BAPI_ACC_DOCUMENT_POST. Journal Entry also works with Winshuttle Foundation v10.7.
Unlike Winshuttle Transaction, there’s no recording involved in getting started with Journal Entry. Most customers can get up and running within minutes of installing it! You can learn more about Winshuttle Journal Entry and see the product in action by visiting the Journal Entry product page or by downloading the product brochure to learn more about the product’s features. Customers can apply their own recordings to the library of templates with recordings made using Studio (v10.x format) and Transaction.
About the author
Clinton Jones is a Director for Finance Solutions Management at Winshuttle where he has worked since 2009. He is internationally experienced having worked on finance technologies and business process with a particular focus on integrated business solutions in Europe, the Middle East, Africa and North America. Clinton serves as a technical consultant on technology and quality management as it relates to data and process management and governance for finance organizations globally. Prior to Winshuttle he served as a Technical Quality Manager at SAP and with Microsoft in their Global Foundation Services group.
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