Projector makes use of two control accounts called Time WIP and Cost WIP. If these accounts are out of balance with your accounting system then you may have a big issue on your hands! WIP represents incurred labor or expenses that have generated revenue, but for which you have not yet invoiced. They are a liability.
You should be running an
Do not manually alter transactions in your accounting package to "fix" them. Projector is self-correcting. If things are ever out of balance, it won't be because Projector is making mistakes, but because someone is altering transactions and throwing the two systems out of sync.
- Create a GL batch and push into your accounting package
- Check that there are no Pending, Transmitted, or Failed GL or AR transactions. If there are, reconcile those first
- Run an Accounting Balances Report one period at a time from Projector. Compare it to your accounting package. Identify the last time the two were in sync
- Once you have identified the last period that was in balance, run an Accounting Analysis Report for the next period. Compare the transactions Projector sent with the transactions in your accounting package. The discrepancy should be readily apparent.
If you cannot reconcile with your accounting package you should contact your Sales representative at Projector. One of our consultants with expertise in accounting can help you to reconcile your books as well as provide training on best practices to prevent issues in the future.