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How do MacolaES 9.5 commission reports compare w Progression?

How do MacolaES 9.5 commission reports compare w Progression?

How do MacolaES 9.5 commission reports compare w Progression?

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Hi all, We have recently (10/1) upgraded to MacolaES 9.5 from Progression 7.7.4.

As we approach our first month-end closing, we are wondering how the MacolaES 9.5 commission reports compare with the process in Progression 7.7.4. Our former process involved running the commission due by cash receipt three times, first to get the comm. due amt., then to update, then to purge, and finally running the comm by invoice. We have investigated the ES reporting but can't pinpoint where the update/purge process takes place?

We'd appreciate it if anyone could shed some light on this. We will be meeting with our consultants on this shortly also, but are interested in what other users have experienced.

Thanks,
Julie B.

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