All screenshots in the article were taken in the Dutch version of Yuki.
Yuki constantly monitors whether certain parts of the administration(s) in a domain are complete and correctly processed. The score of these checks is displayed in the quality monitor.
Only a user with a 'Back Office' role in the domain can view the quality monitor.
To view the bank quality control score, hover your mouse over the Back office icon in the navigation bar and then click on Quality Monitor. In the now-opened screen, click on Bank.
The control of the Bank functionality consists of the following:
- Has the opening balance of a bank account, including credit card, been entered and is this balance correct?
- Has the bank been updated?
Click on one of the headings in a section to see its score in detail.
After ensuring that the necessary additions and/or corrections have been made, you can then update the quality monitor score by clicking on the Refresh button. Below the score, the date and time when it was last refreshed will now be displayed.
Opening balance bank present and correct
In the administration is checked for each bank account, including the credit card(s), whether the opening balance has been entered correctly. This opening balance is manually entered with the bank account based on the balance on the opening balance sheet or on the first bank statement.
Click on the relevant bank account or credit card in the list above and enter the correct opening balance.
Is the bank up to date?
All bank accounts, including credit card(s), must be up to date in the administration so that all reports and statements in Yuki indicate a current state of affairs. After all, all bank transactions are matched with outstanding purchase and sales invoices, VAT returns, pay slips and expense claims or recorded directly into costs and revenue.
In the administration is checked on which date all bank accounts were last updated and whether all bank transactions were actually submitted.
Open the relevant bank account or credit card in the list above to see the date the bank account was last updated and the months from which transactions may be missing. Ensure that all missing bank transactions are submitted or uploaded into the administration.