Order Classifications (Nominal and Department Codes)

Order Classifications (Nominal and Department Codes)

Woosage allows you to override your default nominal and department code settings in Sage when Woosage is processing orders. 

Sales Nominal Codes

By default, Sage posts product sales invoices to the sales nominal code associated with each product, regardless of whether the invoice is created directly or via a sales order. Each line item will show in "Activity" as a transaction with the appropriate nominal code when posting (in addition to a separate carriage transaction). 

Woosage can override the default nominal codes by using the sales nominal codes from:

Customer Records - uses the product sales nominal codes specified in each customer record. Select Override Product Nominals in settings to use product sales nominals from customer records (see below).

Specified Nominal Code - uses the nominal code specified in the settings (see below) for ALL products in the orders.

Global Sales Nominal Code - uses the nominal code and details specified in the settings (see below) to allocate the entire net invoice to the specified nominal codes as a single transaction. 

Department Codes

Similarly, the default department code is that associated with each product in Sage and Woosage can override this by using department codes from:

Customer Records - uses the department codes specified in each customer record. Select Override Department Number in settings to use department codes from customer records (see below).

Specified Department Code - uses the department code specified in the settings (see below) for ALL products in the orders. 

Global Department Code - uses the global department code specified in the settings to allocate the entire net invoice to the specified department code. 
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The relevant settings can be found in the Woosage Control Centre in Settings>Sage and they are shown below.



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