expensemanager + Sun Systems
Send expensemanager data to SunSystems with a standard export file so no more rekeying of data.
SunSystems is an easy-to-use, innovative financial management system (FMS) powerful enough to meet finance’s needs today and flexible enough to meet tomorrow’s evolving challenges.
Enhances SunSystems functionality with a mobile app, OCR scanning, reporting on budgets, tracking spend and approval workflows.
Credit card reconciliations
Push credit card transactions through to the GL module as separate expense lines, GST paid lines and clearing lines.
Direct links back to expensemanager are included as standard for a direct link back to view receipts, invoices, expense details and audit history.
Enter purchase orders in expensemanager and match them with invoices before invoices get exported and paid out of SunSystems.
Harness expensemanagers powerful scanning and approval workflows to ensure only valid invoices are loaded into SunSystems for payment.
With expensemanager standard export files, no manipulation is required before they can be imported into SunSystems.
Frequently Asked Questions
The standard export file is included in the standard implementation cost. However, if the file needs to be customised, there would a be a charge.
We have built the standard export files, so there is no involvement from third parties such as re-sellers unless a customisation is required.
There is nothing that the client needs to do as we have a standard export file. Even if customisation is required, we will work with your re-seller.
We provide a hyperlink back to the transaction in expensemanager so the user just needs to click on them or copy/paste them into a browser to view the full transaction details including the receipt or invoice, transaction details, audit history and linked purchase orders.
In most cases, the bills and the journals are exported as drafts, so the users can edit them before posting or releasing. However, all claims are released by the accounts payable team in expense manager prior to being sent to SunSystems where they have the option to make changes to ensure data consistency.
No, our “ready-to-import” files can be imported into SunSystems without any interventions or manipulations.