A Billing Code Type is a label used to identify work performed for billing purposes. For example, if you bill for every 40-foot container that is unloaded, create a BIlling Code Type for that work (e.g. CONTAINER-40).
Here are examples of Billing Code Types in the "Billing Code Type" Table:
When Billing Codes are created against Billing Code Types, records will indicate the quantity of work performed. The user will select the "Billing Code Type" from a list of options. Here's an example of a Billing Code record:
Create a Billing Code Type
Access the "Billing Code Type" table. Two ways:
From the Dashboard: Click the “Warehouse Operations” tab, click the “Accounting” App, then click the “Billing Code Type” Table.
From the Quick Actions shortcut: Press a dot (period) on your keyboard, then select “Billing Code Type” Table from the list of Quick Actions.
- Click the Create New button in the top right. The "Creating New Billing Code Type" screen appears.
- Enter a Name for the Billing Code Type. This is just a descriptive name for purposes of identifying the Billing Code Type.
- Optionally, enter a Description of the Billing Code Type (e.g. Unload Container - 40-foot).
Enter a Billing Code label for the Billing Code Type (e.g. CONTAINER-40). This is what will display when selecting a Billing Code Type in other screens.
Leave Is Active set to "True" to allow use of the Billing Code Type. To deactivate a Billing Code Type, change this field to "False".
Click Save. The Billing Code Type will be saved and can now be selected when creating Billing Code records.