How does Greenback handle transactions across multiple currencies?
Greenback takes the sting out of accounting for international sales by associating currencies and exchange rates to each transaction as they are presented by the upstream provider. Upon export, currencies and exchange rates will be displayed with the necessary transactions within your accounting file.
When not provided by the upstream provider, Greenback will apply an exchange rate to each transaction based on that day's historical average.
Alternatively, at your request, Greenback can deploy custom Advanced Mappings that allow your transactions to be routed to specific accounts created for each presentment currency.