This page provides information about the fields Semantik extracts from invoices.
What is JSON?
Here's an example of data encoded in JSON:
"Terms": "Net 30 days",
In this example, you can easily see the relationship between each entry. For example, the customer ID is "1234".
Semantik JSON Fields
The following table describes all data Semantik exports when an invoice is processed. Some fields are pulled from the invoice data or vendor master list, while others are generated by Semantik.
This is the amount owed to the vendor after surcharges and deductions.
The unique ID assigned to the Invoice by Semantik.
The date the payment is due.
The filename of the invoice sent to Semantik.
The date the invoice was created.
Invoice number generated by the vendor.
The date the order was placed.
Link to Semantik processed invoice in PDF format.
Purchase order number.
The date the order was shipped.
Charges for shipping, freight, and handling.
The total amount of invoice items. This number does not include surcharges or deductions.
Link to extracted invoice line items table.
Amount of tax billed for the invoice.
Vendor's federal tax ID.
Tax percentage applied to invoice.
Universally unique identifier (UUID) assigned by Semantik for the tenant.
When a payment is expected for the invoice amount.
Net 30 days
Total invoice amount with surcharges, not including any deductions.
Vendor custom 1 value.
Vendor custom 2 value.
Vendor custom 3 value.
Vendor custom 4 value.
Vendor custom 5 value.
Vendor-assigned customer ID.
Vendor's International Bank Account Number.
ID assigned to this vendor.
Invoice or Vendor list
Vendor's city or locality within a region.
Salt Lake City
True if vendor matched from the vendor list.
Name of the vendor company.
Vendor's post office box number.
Vendor's state or region of locality.
Current vendor status, such as active or inactive.
Vendor's SWIFT code used to represent a specific bank branch.
Vendor's street address.
2775 S. 900 W.
Vendor's telephone number.