Attaché 19.1 (May 2019)
Attaché 19.1 (May 2019) is available via your Attaché consultant. For Australian payroll, this release includes an update to the Tax Impost options used for HELP and SFSS to allow for the additional tax bands in the upcoming 2019/20 tax tables, an updated tax file number (TFN) declaration file (version 4.0) and self-printing tax file number (TFN) declaration (version 4.0) and, for Single Touch Payroll, a new flag in the employee masterfile to indicate that an employee has been finalised as part of end-of-year processing or upon termination. For New Zealand payroll, a new leave liability calculation option is available for Ordinary Weekly Earnings and Average Weekly Pay that can provide a more accurate calculation for employees who work irregular hours. Also, when opening Payday Filing you are now taken directly to the Inland Revenue website without being prompted to first log in to Attaché Online. This release also includes the latest tax scales for New Zealand and Papua New Guinea. For General Ledger, a new search function has been added in Bank Reconciliation to make it easier to find and undo incorrectly matched transactions. For Asset Management, you can now add attachments to an asset masterfile by using the new Attachments tab.
Attaché 18.1 – Attaché 18.3 (May – October 2018)
Attaché 18.3 (October 2018) is available via your Attaché consultant. Recently introduced features in Attaché 18 include new-look login and company selection screens and a new Modern menu style and desktop that allows you to create custom workflows and open task screens by using Search. For Accounts, changes include a compliance update to the Supplier Taxable Payments Annual Report, the ability to import customer orders into a supplier purchase order and the automatic allocation of landed costs. Payroll enhancements include the ability to attach a bank account to a deduction and the ability to set up itemised allowances for Single Touch Payroll reporting for Australia. For New Zealand, Attaché 18.3 includes all the required changes to facilitate the Payday Filing functions to be introduced in future releases of Attaché Online.
- See an overview of the changes in Attaché 18.1 – 18.3
- Read the Attaché 18.1 and 18.3 release notes (PDF)
Attaché BI version 3.7.2 (November 2017)
Attaché BI version 3.7.2 is available via your Attaché consultant. This version contains changes to enable Single Touch Payroll (STP) reporting for Australian Payroll, including integration with Attaché Online and data linking to the ATO. Other recent changes include improved consolidation on customer and supplier payment files, enhancements to the new Bank Reconciliation, updates to the Product Status by Date Report and the ability to set up an income type for cashed-out leave.
- Take a look at Attaché BI features and enhancements
- Read the Attaché BI version 3.7.x release notes (PDF)
- Read about the main features and enhancements in Attaché BI versions 3.2 to 3.6 (PDF)
Previous release notes
Attaché 18.1— 18.3 release notes (May — October 2018)
Attaché BI version 3.7.x release notes (May — October 2017)
Attaché BI version 3.6 release notes (March 2017)
Attaché BI version 3.5 release notes (November 2016)
Attaché BI version 3.4 release notes (May 2016)
Attaché BI version 3.3 release notes (March 2016)
Attaché BI version 3.2 release notes (January 2016)
Attaché BI version 3.1.x release notes (May — July 2015)
Attaché BI version 3.0 release notes (January 2015)
Attaché BI version 2.0 release-notes (October 2014)
If you haven’t upgraded your Attaché system for some time, you’re missing out on a range of new features and improved usability.
As well as being required for Single Touch Payroll reporting (Australia) and Payday Filing (New Zealand), recent releases include a new database and features such as the new desktop and menu style, prospects, supplier recurring transactions, cost centre reporting, bill of materials, invoice reminders, landed costs, new format reports and much more.
Talk to your consultant today about upgrading!