3. Introduction

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Most brands on Traede will want to synchronize all their sales and returns from Traede to e-conomic.

This ensures that the correct revenue is registered in e-conomic. Sales always come in the form of an invoice or a credit note. What this means is that whenever an invoice or credit note is booked in Traede, then we will synchronize and exact copy of the invoice or credit note to e-conomic. In effect, e-conomic becomes a “backup” of everything made in Traede that your accountants and bookkeepers can use for making your accounting.


Revenue vs Costs

It’s important to know that when we synchronize an invoice or credit note to e-conomic it will NOT include costs. That is because e-conomic does not support and outside system dictating the cost of an invoice or credit note. This means your inventory will not be regulated by the invoices and credit notes sent to e-conomic. Traede solves this by sending costs separately. More about this in the articles about “Inventory”. For now, the take away point here is that Invoices and Credit Notes will only contain “revenue”.