We’re pleased to announce that you can now upload your inventory receipts from Breww to your accountancy provider. Alongside this Breww will also sync your suppliers, which can be downloaded, mapped or uploaded as well.
By default, for all existing users the feature is switched off. To turn it on you just need to go to Settings > Integrations > Accountancy provider > And tick “Sync inventory receipts”.
When will Breww upload my inventory receipt?
As part of the update, inventory receipts have a new status of “Invoiced by supplier” - which can be set once an inventory receipt has been added to stock. To mark an inventory receipt as “Invoiced”, just click the “Invoiced by supplier” button on the top right of your inventory receipt. Once this has been clicked, you can no longer change the prices on your receipt and Breww will upload it to your accountancy provider!
How can I set the relevant account (nominal code) against my receipt?
There are a number of ways you’ll be glad to hear! The first step is to set a default “Expense account” in the settings section of your accountancy sync set-up. In this section you’ll also see the ability to set an account next to each stock item type (i.e. I would like “Ingredients” to map to “Cost of goods sold”), which will be checked first before using the default expense account. The same can be done for each “Additional cost type” that is added to an inventory receipt.
If you would like even more precision, you can also set an accountancy account directly against a stock item via its edit page.
I already have suppliers in my accountancy provider and Breww, what do I do?
No worries! Just use the “Supplier mapping” function on your accountancy sync set-up screen. Choose the supplier in Breww from the list on the right that matches the supplier on the left and click “Sync suppliers”.
We hope you all find this a useful feature, it’s one we’ve been looking to add for a while and are glad to finally get it done for you all!
As ever, let us know what you think!
Max and the Breww team