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At the beginning of each year, NRA (National Revenue Agency) updates the tariff numbers nomenclature for Intrastat reporting. A mandatory reporting of received/dispatched quantity in a specific unit of measure is set for some of the tariff numbers. This is done in field “Supplementary Item Quantity” in the Intrastat declaration and in field “Customs Unit of Measure” in MS Dynamics NAV. For items with tariff numbers requiring quantity declaration in an additional measurement unit, the field is mandatory, and for the rest the field should be blank. Filling in the field in Intrastat Journal depends on whether the tariff number of the item requires a supplementary item quantity by NRA. The tariff numbers should be checked annually and updated to be consistent with the NRA nomenclature. For more details, see the user guide for Intrastat declarations. At the beginning of each year, NRA (National Revenue Agency) updates the tariff numbers nomenclature for Intrastat reporting. A mandatory reporting of received/dispatched quantity in a specific unit of measure is set for some of the tariff numbers. This is done in field “Supplementary Item Quantity” in the Intrastat declaration and in field “Customs Unit of Measure” in MS Dynamics NAV. For items with tariff numbers requiring quantity declaration in an additional measurement unit, the field is mandatory, and for the rest the field should be blank. Filling in the field in Intrastat Journal depends on whether the tariff number of the item requires a supplementary item quantity by NRA. The tariff numbers should be checked annually and updated to be consistent with the NRA nomenclature. For more details, see the user guide for Intrastat declarations.

The system does not generate these lines automatically. They must be entered manually, after generating the other item lines. The appropriate fields for tariff number, quantity, amount, country of origin, etc. should also be entered manually.

At the beginning of each year, NRA (National Revenue Agency) updates the tariff numbers nomenclature for Intrastat reporting. Some tariff numbers are removed, and new ones are introduced. If the tariff numbers in NAV have not been updated in accordance with the nomenclature, it is possible to have posted supplies/expeditions with out-of-date tariff numbers and to reveal it after generating the lines for the Intrastat declaration and submission of the file. In the presence of such an error, it is necessary to create and/or select the correct tariff number in the item card and to delete and generate again the lines in the Intrastat Journal.

To include a record from past month in the batch of the current statistical period in Intrastat Journal, you have to set as a start date the first day of the past period when using the “Get Entries” function. Records, which were exported for a past period will not be re-generated in the batch of the current period. Only records of the specified period, which are not generated in another batch will be included.

It is possible that the entries were generated in another batch. In that case, they will not be extracted again in the current one. You have to filter the entries in table “Intrastat Jnl Lines” by posting date and find the batch where the needed entries were created, then delete and re-create them in the current period batch.

The ERP system is an integrated software solution which includes all departments and functional areas of the company and services the needs of each of them. The ERP makes it easy and possible for all departments to use the same data, easily share information and communicate whit each other. The integrated approach allows for automation and optimization of the business processes, increasing competitiveness and leading to huge return of investments (ROI).

The value of the implementation projects depends on the range of the project – how many users will the system have, what functionality does the client need, etc. In order for a precise offer to be prepared a meeting with Team Vision’s consultants is highly advisable. It will help the consultants familiarize with the company’s processes and needs.

The value of the project and the implementation time depend on the range of the project. After meeting with you, Team VISION’s consultants will be able to prepare a precise offer for the value and duration of the project.

ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) is an integrated business management solution which influences the processes in every department of the company – financial management, supply chain, warehouses, distribution, manufacturing, maintenance, customer relations, project management and human resources management.

CRM is an integrated customer relations management solution which focuses on establishing and maintaining relations with potential and existing clients. The software is applicable in the fields of marketing, sales and customer services.

BI (Business Intelligence) is a solution aimed at generating the necessary for the management information and business analyses by using the company data (gathered in the ERP & CRM systems, files, etc.) BI helps managers discover and analyse trends and correlations, determine problematic areas and segment the results. BI allows decision makers quickly assess the situation and take the right decisions.

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