Export payment files to your bank

Electronic Payments for Dynamics GP has the flexibiity to define formats required by your banking software and to create output files containing the instructions to pay your suppliers. User definable formats allow companies to define an unlimited number of export definitions. Complicated bank definitions and custom fields can be included in the file definition.

Our Electronic Payments module provides this facility directly from your existing Microsoft Dynamics GP system.

  • File formats

    Supports unlimited user definable export file formats and custom fields

  • Seamless integration

    Seamless integration with Microsoft Dynamics GP purchasing module

  • SEPA compliance

    SEPA compliant files are produced

  • Audit trail

    Full audit trail enables you to track who has been paid and when

  • Cancellation process

    Payment cancellation process

  • Multi-currency

    Supports multi-currency


Simplicity – manage the whole process from a single tab

The Electronic Payments module is simple to use and eliminates the printing and distribution of cheques.

Lower administrative and Payment processing costs

Electronic Payments lowers administrative costs as no postage, envelopes or manual processing is needed. It reduces payment processing expenses as there will be no more cheque processing costs.

Saves time & errors

Electronic Payments brings the time taken for the payment of suppliers down from hours to minutes. Human error is eliminated as payments are imported, not manually re-keyed.

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