Ensure you have the correct organization numbers for all companies in Boardeaser and the SIE files. Refer to this guiden if you still need to do it. You can also upload the SIE4 files separately in each subsidiary. Refer to this guide on how to do it.
If it is the first time you are importing the accounting data, you will see the "Upload accounting files" button on the start menu of the group tool. Click on the "Upload accounting files" button.
A popup will appear. You can upload all files to the parent company and subsidiary companies.
If you have uploaded the correct accounting files, their status will appear as "Ready for upload". Otherwise, any error messages will be displayed. If so, cancel the upload, correct the accounting, and import the SIE files again.
You can select multiple files at once. Ensure that the SIE files are assigned to the correct company. You can select the right company from the dropdown menu next to each SIE file if you need to change it.
Then click the "Upload accounting files" button.
Once the SIE files have been successfully uploaded, you will see an information box with details and the "New Group Financial Statement" button. You will also see the remaining tools in group consolidation. To proceed, you must create a new group financial statement.
If the group structure is correct, you will now have the opportunity to create a group financial statement. Before creating a group financial statement, upload the latest SIE files in the accounting program. This will facilitate the system and automate many steps.
If the group has foreign subsidiaries, exchange rates must be managed before importing into the group. The company's currency is adjusted in the local organization under "Group data" and the subheading "Exchange rate".
Once the company's currency is set, the exchange rate must be determined for the specific financial statement, which is done for each financial closing. Under the Exchange Rate tab, Boardeaser retrieves the average rate and closing rate from the central bank. Boardeaser currently supports 165 currencies, but if the currency is unavailable for the specific company, it needs to be managed manually each month.
Check all steps before proceeding:
- Is all data correctly imported?
- Are there any new unrecognized accounts?
- If there is accounting data from previous periods?
Don't hesitate to reach out to the support if you need assistance!