Here’s what we’ve been working on to make ParagonERP work better for you.
Whether you’re doing a physical inventory count or starting to use Paragon for the first time, the ability to upload your new inventory figures or opening balances is important. This new feature allows you to mass upload your inventory for every product in Paragon, across all locations. When this is done, an adjustment record in the inventory history file will be created, maintaining the integrity of your inventory costing and audit trail.
It is possible that you may need to change the structure or the accounts in your general ledger. To give you this control, we have added the ability to activate and deactivate GL accounts. Now, if an account is no longer in use it will not be visible or available for use in other areas of Paragon. However, it remains in the GL module in order to preserve the historical transactions associated with the account.
In Paragon, you have the ability to specify what GL accounts are debited and credited for different transactions. On an invoice, for example, you will likely want your revenue account to be debited and your AR account to be credited. Previously, Paragon placed restrictions on what accounts could be debited and credited for specific transactions. This was done to avoid accidentally creating debit and credit links that don’t make sense. For example, sending your sales revenue value to an A/P tax account by accident. Since every business is unique, we ran into situations where our restrictions needed to be overwritten. For this reason, we have removed all restrictions for linking in the GL to allow you to set up your accounting specifically for your business.
Here’s a list of pesky bugs we squashed with this update: