Closing Out the Year in Skyward: Business Suite Edition Closing Out the Year in Skyward: Business Suite Edition

Closing Out the Year in Skyward: Business Suite Edition

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by Jason Anderson
Jason Anderson Jason Anderson Customer Support Branch Manager

From general prep to module-specific checkboxes, here's how to make sure your rollover process is clean, compliant, and done right the first time. 
 
Please note: This checklist includes only general considerations. It is important to be aware of any specific processes required by your state. You may want to access our online documentation for Financial Management, Account Management, Year End, and Fiscal Year End Processes to reference additional items to consider in preparation for year end and state-specific items.

   


Qmlativ Checklist


 
Qmlativ Finance
 
Qmlativ Finance
 

 

 

 


Qmlativ Human Resources
 


Qmlativ Human Resources
 

 

 

 


 



SMS 2.0 Checklist 

 
 
Finance Checklist
 
Finance Checklist
 

 

 
+ Inventory
/1
 

 

 

 


Human Resources Checklist
 


Human Resources Checklist
 
+ Payroll
/5
 

 

 
+ Time Off
/1
 

 

 

 

 
+ TrueTime
/1
 

 
+ Fast Track
/1
 

 

 

 

 



We hope these checklists will help you simplify your year-end processing. If you need further assistance, we're more than happy to help. Need a refresher on all the different support options available to you? Check out Know Your Skyward Support Options today! 




Jason Anderson Jason Anderson Customer Support Branch Manager


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