The Financial transactions report

Financial transactions are generated through various processes in VOGSY to accurately track the financial flow of money. Typical processes include approving hours, approving and distributing a purchase invoice, and approving a project invoice. Each process can be tracked separately because each process has its own journal.

Column descriptions

Department

The name of the department in your company that is responsible for the transaction.

Journal

Journals are used for processing financial transactions. Each financial transaction is related to a journal.

Book entry number

The book entry number is created automatically when a financial transaction is created. It is not possible to set or adjust this number yourself.

Year

The year in which the financial transaction was created.

Period

The period in which the financial transaction was created.

Ledger account number

The account number of the ledger account for which the financial transaction was created.

Ledger account name

The name of the ledger account for which the financial transaction was created.

Amount debit

The amount that has been debited.

Amount credit

The amount credit has been posted.

Date

The date the financial transaction was created.

Origin

If a financial transaction is linked to an expense, a purchase invoice, or a project invoice, the corresponding identification number is shown here.

Project number

If a financial transaction is linked to a project, the corresponding project number is shown here.

Transaction description

If an accompanying description is entered with the financial transaction, that description will be shown here.

KPI-attribute code

KPI attributes are used for calculating financial information that is reported as Financial KPIs. Each ledger account must be assigned to a KPI attribute.

KPI-attribute name

The name of the KPI-attribute code.

Revenue type

Revenue types can be used for reporting the revenue (and costs) of the different kind of services you’re delivering from projects.