To run this 1С:ERP WE version, you need 1C:Enterprise 18.104.22.1683 (or later) running in "Version 8.3.16" compatibility mode.
Currency exchange rates
Separate exchange rates now can be added for multiple base currencies. This is useful if you want to use exchange rates supplied by several central banks at the same time.
Users now can download exchange rate data from the European Central Bank's website, either manually or automatically on schedule. Users now can import exchange rate data from external spreadsheets.
Local accounting currency broken down by companies
Local accounting currency settings are now located in company cards.
Now companies registered in different countries can keep their financial accounting in their own local currencies.
Merging "Bills of materials" and "Route sheets" catalogs
Catalogs Bills of materials and Route sheets are merged. This offers clearer descriptions for production processes and prevents duplication of materials, labor costs, and finished products when routing operations are in use. BOM production process is comprised of production stages; each stage is comprised of manufacturing operations and standard technological processes. Materials, labor costs, finished products at calculated or fixed cost can be associated with operations.
Technological processes describe sequences of manufacturing operations present in multiple bills of materials used in these sequences. Technological processes can be used as templates for preliminary filling of a stage, or can be incorporated in bills of materials (added to the general sequence of stage operations).
To disable route maps and move operations to bills of materials, use Operations transfer assistant.
Executing stages using mobile devices
The Stage execution workplace is designed for smartphones and tablets. The dispatcher can use it to view the stage list on their mobile device and perform the following actions:
- Ship materials for a production stage
- Mark a production stage as initiated
- Mark a production stage as completed
Sales and purchases
A sale receipt is no longer required to create a refund receipt.
All returns registered in CWP during a shift are now recorded after shift-end closing in a new document named Retail refund report.
If any adjustment vouchers were created due to taxation changes, separate copies of Retail sales report and Retail refund report are generated for each taxation system.
In the Register shift form, the Shift reports tab now displays all Retail sales reports and Retail refund reports that were created during the register shift.
Recording business transactions
Audit trail in business transactions. Financial document adjustments
This function is intended to correct errors that might be discovered after period-end closing. Audit trail ensures that error correction does not affect any documents or records created earlier, that errors from a closed historical period can be corrected without reopening the period, and that error correction history is always available.
For this purpose, you can now create correction documents on the basis of documents to be corrected. Correction chains are now supported. Only financial but not regulatory documents can be corrected. A document named Reverse transaction is added for the purpose of canceling documents. Print forms of correction documents now display data after correction.
Posting a correction document now includes checks that ensure that posting this document will not push the entire system into an invalid state.
The list of period-end closing date sections by documents is revised, and new sections are added.
Management expense accounting and financial result
Improvements in accounting tools and enterprise cost management tools
Itemized expense accounting functionality is enhanced, including:
- New capabilities for existing itemized expense distribution algorithms;
- Support for direct expense allocation to specific production lots;
- Separate expense distribution for accounting and tax accounting;
- Expense accumulation, distribution, and transit can be broken down by expense objects (either associated with system objects or not);
- New capability for associating expenses with specific sales.
Lot distribution during preliminary cost calculation
Preliminary cost calculation procedure is updated. Now, goods cost can be calculated and analyzed by lots without performing full month-end closing. The updated procedure ensures:
- Unchanged results during lot distribution and preliminary cost calculation;
- Registration of deviations of final cost from preliminary calculations as separate records in operational accounting registers.
Report generation algorithms are modified to better reflect both preliminary and final costs.
Revised data storage architecture for demand fulfillment subsystem
Fulfillment queue disorder indicators
A situation might arise during fulfillment calculation when a lower-priority production order fulfills a higher-priority production order. Such situations are highlighted in the Production order queue management workspace using an indicator and a detailed report.
Settlements with customers and vendors
A common approach to record reversal is used in Settlements with customers and Settlements with vendors operational registers.
In the Settlements with customers by deadlines and Settlements with vendors by deadlines registers, reversal transactions are processed similar to sale adjustments and purchase adjustments with debts:
- If debt (advance payment) was not covered as of the moment of adjustment, it shall be covered.
- If debt (advance payment) was covered, an advance payment (debt) shall be created for the reversal (adjustment) document. An advance payment (debt) recovery entry shall be generated in accounting.
Tax invoices are not created automatically for advance payments generated during reversal, because this is about correcting internal errors.
Fulfillment in shipment orders and production stages
Fulfillment management tools for shipment orders or production stages are modified.
Now, goods cannot be reserved for a delivery date.
Available balances in shipment orders and production stages
Available balances can now be displayed in shipment orders or production stages. This offers information on available inventory and "soft" reserves earlier allocated to shipment order.
Shipment dates in orders
It is no longer necessary to manually fill in and update a shipment date in order to reserve goods for a delivery date. Now, shipment date is mandatory only for Ship action, because it is required for a warehouse shipment reference.
Commands in order list
Order list form (displaying customer orders, transfer orders, and so on) and production stage list form now contain commands for setting action options for multiple orders or stages at once, without having to open each separate document.
Order supply forecast
The Order supply forecast workspace now offers information on what amount of goods is already supplied and for what date, what amount of goods is yet to be supplied, which receipt order is used to supply the shipment order, what amount of goods is currently under reserve, and more.
Background inventory allocation
"Inventory allocation" background job is added. It is intended for calculating order supply level (detailed inventory allocation to specific shipment orders with action "To supply").
This background job is automatically started from a document form or document list form whenever a document is interactively changed (posted).
List of warehouse inventory available for allocation is updated upon:
- Posting of actual receipt, either under order or without order;
- Cancellation of posting of an earlier shipment, either under order or without order;
- Change of actions in order (cancellation of "soft" or "hard" reserve under order).
List of inventory available for allocation on a specific date is updated upon:
- Posting of a goods delivery order (for example, purchase order);
- Posting of actual receipt of ordered goods;
- Schedule of ordered goods receipt is closed using FIFO procedure;
- When inventory is recorded, receipt order and receipt date are specified;
- When inventory allocation by orders is recorded, receipt order and receipt date are specified.
Running background jobs
"Inventory allocation" background job is intended for calculating order supply level (detailed inventory allocation to specific shipment orders with action "To supply").
This background job is automatically started from a document form or document list form whenever documents are interactively changed (posted):
Inventory allocation order
Inventory allocation order depends on:
- Order priority;
- Document date (in case of equal priorities);
- Requested shipment date is used instead of the document date if the requested shipment date is later than date of delivery by supply method.
Inventory is allocated to orders as follows:
- First, inventory currently available at warehouse is allocated;
- Then, expected receipts by orders are allocated, in the order of increasing date of receipt;
- And finally, unconfirmed receipt orders are allocated.
Scheduled job "Update demand based on the supply period boundary"
Scheduled job "Update demand based on the supply period boundary" is added. It also starts the inventory allocation background job procedure. It is intended for:
- Emergency termination of background jobs;
- Checking whether a job is completed correctly;
- Moving selected positions into the shifted boundaries of supply period.
Automated reallocation of warehouse inventory
Option for automated reallocation of warehouse inventory is added. This option determines whether "soft reserves" issued earlier to low-priority orders can be reallocated. When this option is enabled, as a high-priority order is created, inventory is reallocated to it automatically.
"Inventory schedule" report
The Inventory schedule report now supports grouping by line of business or by assignment.
"Stock availability" report
The Stock availability report now supports grouping by line of business or by assignment.
Changes in substitute selection form
Materials intended for specific assignment can now be selected when searching for substitute materials.
Detailed inventory allocation data is now available in the form. It provides information on total amount of inventory considering variants and assignments.
Source of required quantity of substitute material can now be determined.
Changes in "Engineering change order" document
Materials now cannot be linked to BOM lines.
A production process stage can now be specified. This is intended to narrow down the scope of engineering change orders.
Generating production stages
Supply filling settings and general logic are changed for materials and semi-finished products during generation of production stages.
Check for exceeding the assigned supply with goods and work is disabled.
AR/AP reconciliation improvements
The following improvements are implemented when generating AR/AP reconciliations:
- A column is displayed with settlement amounts in local accounting currency for AR/AP documents in currency or rubles, in detailed records of reconciliation act;
- Print form of reconciliation statement now contains data in local accounting currency for foreign currency agreements. This allows to get amounts in local accounting currency for foreign currency documents (printing option "Display in local accounting currency" is available);
- Exchange differences are displayed in the print form of reconciliation statement.
R&M functionality improvements
Duration of R&M types and R&M intervals
Duration of R&M types and R&M intervals is now more customizable: you can choose time units in which the duration is measured; R&M work of zero duration are allowed.
Scheduling multiple R&M works for the same day
It is now easier to schedule multiple R&M works for the same day. If duration of an R&M is less than 1 day, the current R&M will be scheduled for the same day as the previous one.
Past R&M information
Past R&M information is required for R&M scheduling purposes when you start working with a newly installed system or when new equipment is added. The Enter information about past R&M document is now used to fill in this data.
R&M type list form is added. It allows to access the list without having to navigate to maintenance schemes.
Now R&M scheduling procedure uses both schedules of departments that operate and repair the equipment.
Group asset management commands are introduced. List form is expanded. Asset list now supports filters and other customizations. A check is now made whether attributes and subordinate nodes are filled.
Barcodes are enabled for sub-asset accounting purposes.
New list form can now be used to find sub-assets (previously, only search for sub-assets from the main asset form was available).
The R&M order document now supports material list management commands. Goods codes and SKU are added to the material list.
Reports and print forms
The following reports are added:
- State of sub-assets;
- Defects of sub-assets;
- Fixed assets costs breakdown.
Print form Failure report is added to document R&M request.
R&M subsystem is now listed in the Fixed assets section.
R&M subsystem documents are now stored in the R&M documents journal.
The following improvements are introduced to payment planning for payment requests:
- Requests that are only partially paid now can be closed;
- Reference field "Contract" is added to payment details with low-level AR/AP details;
- All details lines of a request must be consistent: an AR/AP object is specified in each line, or not specified at all;
- The AR/AP object change control is added for payments created under payment requests;
- Settlement currency is added to payment requests intended for tax payment, cash advance, other expenses.
IBAN support for bank accounts
IBAN bank accounts are now supported.
Payment list export, ISO20022 statement import
Registry of payment orders and bank statements can now be exported/imported in international format ISO 20022 — Financial services — Universal financial industry message scheme.
Deployment projects now support custom formats for data import/export exchange with banks through localization module.
Generating financial accounting entries from primary financial registries of operational accounting
Operational accounting data translator named FA/IA and correspondence setting is added to financial accounting. Settings for generating financial accounting entries based on operational accounting data are now streamlined. Gaps are now closed automatically provided that data sources do not include any turnover registers.
To change translation settings, go to Master data and settings — Financial accounting — Entries by operational accounting data:
- FA/IA and correspondence setting — optional. Used as default mode for new infobases;
- Business transaction setting – current mode.
For new deployments, it is recommended that you use FA/IA and correspondence setting.
When initializing a new infobase, FA/IA and correspondence setting is the only option available. Business transaction setting is available for infobases that were previously used for IFRS by operational accounting data. To enable this option for an infobase, you can also import a financial accounting model containing business transaction posting templates.
Configuring adjustment postings as storno or reversals
Adjustment entries in financial accounting now can be displayed as storno (adjustment with the opposite sign) or reversal entries.
This can be used in:
- Financial accounting entry translator by FA/IA;
- Financial accounting entry translator by regulatory accounting data;
- Corrective and adjustment documents;
- Document Transaction (financial accounting) (specifically, in source document reversal method).
Using non-calendar financial year in reports
Non-calendar financial year (for example, a financial year that starts in May and ends in April) now can be used in reports.
Financial accounting reports now display periods depending on the start date and end date of the report. Reporting periods are now separated into financial periods shifted 3, 6, and 12 months from the start date of the report, depending on the financial report type settings.
Comparative periods in financial reports
Comparative analysis of current financial reports against historical data is a common business task. Previously, it was not possible to display multiple periods following the current one. Now, comparison period display settings can be customized for each financial report type.
National Language Support
All objects that support data presentation in multiple languages are moved to the National Language Support subsystem.
The Translator subsystem is added. It provides automated text translation based on Yandex Translate and Google Translate services.
Users now can recover their passwords by clicking the Forgot your password? hyperlink that was added to the logon window. The following password recovery methods are available:
- By email (through the standard 1C email service or a custom email server). This option requires an email address to be specified in the user card. A message with confirmation code will be sent to this email address;
- Using a webpage. This option navigates the user to an Internet or corporate intranet webpage where they can recover their password.
The logon window can also display the Need help? hyperlink that navigates the user to an Internet or corporate intranet webpage with recommendations on solving common logon problems.
Currency amounts in words now can be entered in multiple languages. For example, users now can generate print forms that contain currency amounts in words in a preferred language, such as "One hundred and ten Euros and 00 cents". To edit the amount-in-words language parameters for a currency, open the currency card and select Number-to-words conversion rules in other languages in submenu Number-to-words conversion rules.
Report customization is streamlined significantly. Clicking a table column title opens a form that offers sorting, filtering, and other table viewing options. Column data filters now support checkbox-based multi selection (show entries with value "A" or "D") and condition-based selection (show entries with value greater than 10). Sorting direction (ascending/descending) is displayed as an icon in column headers.
Column headers now have context menus that offer basic functions for inserting, deleting, reordering, and renaming columns. Table cell context menus now include such functions as filtering, sorting, or conditional appearance.