Selecting invoices to bypass verification
This procedure shows how you can specify that complete invoices bypass verification.
If you verify invoices on a regular basis, you may notice invoices from a particular supplier are always complete and do not require correction or adjustment. To save time on future invoices from suppliers like these, you can specify that complete invoices bypass verification. ReadSoft Online Office users can change these settings during verification. Administrators can specify which invoices can bypass verification using Admin Center and master data.
You must have the Change bypass verification setting privilege to perform this procedure.
Click or (next to the supplier field) while verifying an invoice.
In the dialog that appears, select Allow complete documents to bypass verification.
Click Save. The next time an invoice from this supplier is extracted with all fields complete, the invoice will skip verification and go directly to a workflow (if any exist) or the target system.
Administrators with the Manage accounts privilege can specify which suppliers can bypass verification in the Supplier view in Admin Center, as well as the View supplier dialog in ReadSoft Online Office.
Using master data
You can specify which suppliers should bypass verification using supplier master data using the BypassVerification element. The BypassVerification element is not required and is "false" by default. In other words, if the BypassVerification element is not included in you master data, the value remains false, unless you change the value manually using the View supplier dialog. If you use the BypassVerification element in your master data, the master data overrides any existing settings that were made using the View supplier dialog.
Assume you are not using the BypassVerification element in your master data. A user selects Allow complete documents to bypass verification in the View supplier dialog for Supplier XYZ. At this point, all complete invoices from Supplier XYZ bypass verification. Later, new master data is uploaded. Master data for Supplier XYZ is still lacking the BypassVerification element, so the settings that were applied in the View supplier dialog are still in effect. The next day, the master data is updated again. This time, however, the BypassVerification element for Supplier XYZ is set to "false". At this point, the master data settings take precedence, and invoices from Supplier XYZ no longer bypass verification.