As an optional service, extracts from the customer master data can be used to raise the accuracy rate of the captured data, to deliver invoice data values that exactly match the values in the customer invoice processing system, or the invoice content can be validated against the values in the customer data extract. The customer master data extracts are uploaded from the customer's environment (Basware SaaS or customer on-premise) using an FTP or FTPS connection. The upload is automatic and typically scheduled to take place once a day. On-site customers are responsible for monitoring the service and ensuring the uploaded data is refreshed daily. Basware monitors customers in the Basware SaaS environment.
Extracts enable optional features such as supplier data enrichment, order validation, contract validation, and/or data capture business data validation. The customer is responsible for ensuring that the master data (typically taken from ERP) is up to date and doesn't contain errors.
While reviewing the reported quality feedback, we identified one or more values that were captured correctly based on the master data and in accordance with the data capture implementation guide. The latter document defines the fields for which the master data extract must be used for capturing the correct value. In addition, there are rules to determine the field value, which can be based on multiple validation steps (bank account, VAT, address, etc.).
No immediate actions are required; please wait for Basware to contact you for further follow-up.
We have opened a separate incident in our ticketing system to follow up further on the corrective measures related to this master data error. We will contact you through the incident for further discussion.
If there are any further inquiries related to the "Master Data error" finding or if you have suggestions, we welcome your feedback. Please contact Basware Support by filing the following support case.
For a comprehensive summary of the renewed quality feedback process and the selected improvements that have been applied, please review the Scan and Capture Feedback Analysis Process Article.