The Banking Reports tab provides reports on all necessary banking information, from running reports on check runs to deposits and much more.
To access My Reports, click on the 'My Reports' Tab in any module. When the main Reports screen opens, it will default to your 'Favorites', or any report that you previously starred. Hover over and click 'Banking' on the header; this will then display all of the Banking Reports.
Make one of these reports a favorite by clicking the Star icon to the left of the report name and it will be saved as a favorite in the 'Favorites' tab.
Security and Report Access
Banking Reports can be accessed by Users who have been given Report Roles by their system administrator.
If you aren't able to view these reports, it's most likely because you don't have security access. Speak with your system administrator to give you access to running or viewing these reports.
ACH Export - Scans check runs for ACHs that were not exported at the time of a check run.
Adjusted Cash Balance - Displays a quick overview of a restaurant's cash position as of a given date so that Users can make business decisions accordingly.
Bank to GL Reconciliation - Ran during setup to ensure that all GL Accounts are balanced and entered correctly.
Check - Displays all past checks that were ran during a check run, which can be easily downloaded as a PDF for review or reprint.
Check Register - Displays both deposits and expenses made during a specified date range.
CPX Bank Export - Exports all the information needed for R365 Payments.
Deposit Ticket - Runs all past Deposit Tickets for view or reprint.
Payment Disbursements Export - Uses previous check run information to display the payments made and the details attached to those payments.
Payments Created - Displays all of the Payments, both checks and ACHs, made in a specified bank run.
Positive Pay Export - Similar to the ACH Export but for Positive Pay, which includes positive confirmation on checks made form the User's company. Deviations of this report can be exported for both Citizens and Wells Fargo specifically.