The rollout of KEYPrime Version 12.5 has commenced. All PC and network install KEYPrime customers will receive notification that this is available for them to install via the Launchpad, while our hosted customers will have the install completed for them and will receive a separate notification by email.
We’ve summarised changes you’ll find in the update in this post but for full details, we recommend that you click the button below and take a few minutes to read the release notes which cover the improvements in both KEYPrime Accounts and KEYPrime Property products, including further instruction on how to use them too.
Updates to the KEYPrime Accounts range
Auto match/Direct Feed
When working in bank auto match or direct feed, there is now the option to create a new Bank Transfer. Click on the
drop-down arrow beside the New button to show the Transfer option.
The New button in Automatch has been enhanced so that it uses the bank rules that the user has set up. It is now possible to match a bank statement transaction to a future dated invoice. Say Yes to the warning message and continue to the payment.
When matching against a future dated invoice, the payment/receipt date will use
the imported bank transaction date as the payment/receipt date and give you the
Click on Yes and the payment/receipt will be saved and matched.
The comments field from invoices and credit notes can be shown in the WTP/WTR screen. It is also now possible to update Comments on paid invoices and credit notes.
When importing Invoices and credit notes and using Full Stocks, it is now possible to include the Stock code on the import into Batch Entry. Once imported, make sure the Stock Adj. field is on the grid and then tick all the invoices required before importing them. This will save having to edit each invoice to tick Adj. Stock as you would if they were imported directly into the invoices daybook.
Updates to the KEYPrime Property
Importing information. Now you can import and update specific columns/information with no need to put the property type, the property name or the landlord code on the spreadsheet. The import will ignore empty columns. There is a new option to attach copy invoices to an emailed statement from Property.