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This brief video about the app “Clear Incoming Payments” shows you how to manually clear an incoming payment for a customer invoice.

In most cases, incoming payments are cleared automatically. But this might not work for a number of reasons. For example, the payment reference might be missing or incomplete, or the payment amount might not match the invoice amount. In cases like this, you can use this app to clear the payment manually.  The system also makes your tasks easier in many other ways, for example by giving you direct access to customers’ contact data.

Compare and enjoy the same business process of “Clear Incoming Payments” in old and new way:

Take a few additional minutes to watch this comparison video between legacy UI processing versus Fiori-powered UI and you will learn how SAP Simple Finance can simplify your finance processes in daily business.

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  1. John Price

    Very nice app and the comparison video is very telling.

    Raises a question in my mind, if I implement simple finance on-prem in it’s current release are 100% of the user transactions fiori based or will users still need to toggle between Fiori and the SAP GUI? I suppose specific finance functions may be able to work in Fiori 100% however, if they touch other areas of ERP they would still need the GUI.

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    1. Michael Hohendorf Post author

      Hi John,

      Unfortunately the Fiori coverage is far below 100% compared to the old GUI versions of ERP. So it is highly-likely that our end-users still have to use these legacy UIs. Best coverage with Fiori apps can we found for the AP/AR roles. Other areas in Financial Accounting (e.g. GL, AA) will be adopted soon.

      Best regards,

        Mick

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  2. Sridhar Bolisetti

    Nice video of very important and time consuming task of end customers.  Definitely Simple Finance is going to transform the perception of business towards SAP.

    Regards,

    Sridhar

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