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Cash Flows in Coupa Treasury

Cash flows track the forecast and actual movement of funds to and from your accounts. They are a central part of the cash management process in Coupa Treasury.

Types

  • Forecast: Forecast cash flows are planning items for the future movement of cash, as recorded in Coupa Treasury.
  • Realized: Realized cash flows show the actual movement of cash, as recorded in Coupa Treasury.

Sources

The source of a cash flow shows the way it was generated. This could be from a bank statement or from another area of Coupa Treasury. It is also possible to enter cash flows manually within Coupa Treasury, either on Cash Flows (new) or Cash Flows (classic).

Forecast

  • Intraday Statement: This is only imported via the classic cash management process.
  • Manually entered
  • Imported: The File Import and Server Import functions are available on Cash Flows (classic).
  • LMPayment: Entering a Payment or Direct Debit generates a forecast cash flow.
  • Transfer: Entries from Transfer generate a forecast cash flow.
  • Account Interest: Interest tracked from Interest Calculation generates forecast cash flows.
  • LMPlanning: Cash flows imported from Liquidity Planning Data also create forecast cash flows.
  • TT: Trades, loans, and other financial instruments create planning items tracked within your cash flows (for data entered through the classic settlement workflow).
  • Settlement: Trades, loans, and other financial instruments create planning items tracked within your cash flows (for data entered through the new settlement workflow), which can later be reconciled with data from a bank statement.
  • ICNetting: The planned movement of cash by intercompany netting creates a forecast cash flow.

Realized

  • End-of-Day Statement: The reported transactions from your bank statement are recorded as realized cash flows.
  • Manually entered: Cash Flows (classic) allows the manual entry of realized cash flows.
  • Imported: You can import realized cash flows on Cash Flows (classic) using the File Import and Server Import functions.
  • Intraday Statement: This is only imported via the new cash management process

 

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