• Employee Spotlight - Erik Vinson

    Erik Vinson is in the employee spotlight this month! Erik, an OGsys Technical Support Specialist, has been with OGsys for 4 years.

  • Rules for Processing 1099s

    The IRS made no changes to the 2015 1099 MISC or 1099 DIV forms or electronic files. However, there were changes made within OGsql that impacted 1099s, so prior to printing 1099’s (or the proof report), make sure you are on OGsql version 1.86 or above and have downloaded the latest Patch from the OGsys website.

  • Employee Spotlight – Gil Kleinwechter

    Gil Kleinwechter, a Business Analyst, has been with OGsys for 6 months after a 29-year career in IT. He is currently working on the development team for the upcoming OGsys software offering. His part of the development includes, among other things, writing up the requirements and removing roadblocks to a truly intuitive customer experience. The development team has been listening to customers about improvements to OGsql and issues they would like to have addressed, and have been incorporating better ways to do those things into the new software.

  • GL Reports for Multiple Companies...User Cutback Batchname Maintenance

    There are several ways to generate general ledger reports for multiple companies in one report such as with the Excel Multi-Company Trial Balance or a 230-Financial report where a ‘Fixed Company’ is specified in the column format. General ledger reports can also reference a company batch to include balances for the companies specified, showing the data for each company separately. But when a report is needed that consolidates multiple companies into a single report then a User Cutback Batch is needed.