|If you are using Dynamics C5, e-conomic, NAV or eCtrl, we offer a free conversion tool that ensures the easy and secure transfer of your data to Uniconta.
When converting from eCtrl, please contact Uniconta support.
This article explains how to convert from e-conomic to Uniconta.
It is possible to export from the following e-conomic versions: Denmark, Norway, Sweden and the English version. A multi-export needs to be performed in e-conomic.
The conversion tool reads the data from the multi-export’s files and uploads it to Uniconta.
REMEMBER THAT A USER NEEDS TO BE SET UP IN UNICONTA BEFORE A CONVERSION CAN BE PERFORMED.
Users can be set up here: Try Uniconta free for 30 days
Export data from e-conomic
In e-conomic, select ‘Export from e-conomic’. This function can export all registered data in e-conomic. Select the option to receive the company data in an e-mail as comma separated text files (a non encrypted file in text format that a database table can upload).
(English screenshots coming soon).
Fill out the above fields and click on ‘Send data’.
Export department and department name
If you are using ‘departments’ in e-conomic, then this file needs to be exported separately. This can be done in the departments screen, by saving the department and the department name in a CSV (comma separated value) file format and naming it: DepartmentAllocation.csv
This file can then be uploaded separately.
When converting from e-conomic we now also support Split-Department. This is a construction in e-conomic, that splits a transaction from one department, between several different departments. This is only done when reporting and if the department is changed, then reporting performed before that date is also changed. Therefore, upon conversion, we perform the split, so that the same result is acheived in Uniconta as in e-conomic.
After the conversion is complete, the user needs to create new department accounts in Uniconta for the dimensions that they require to be split out. We do not copy the split-mask, since Uniconta performs its allocations differently. Our split occurs at the account level, while in e-conomic this is done by creating a ‘department’, which isn’t actually a department per se, but a department that splits.
Export physical attachments from e-conomic
Read here how to export and import your attachments from e-conomic to Uniconta.