Welcome to Continia Payment Management
Note that there are two different versions of Payment Management: Payment Management FOB edition (compatible with Microsoft Dynamics NAV and Business Central version 13 and 14, on-premises) and Payment Management App edition (compatible with Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central version 15 and newer, both online and on-premises).
The content here only concerns the Payment Management App edition.
Payment Management is an end-to-end solution for Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central that enables you to streamline and automate vendor payment and bank account reconciliation processes. With access to a wide range of payment methods, full and seamless integration between Business Central and your bank, and automatic generation of cash receipt journal lines and reconciliation suggestions, you can easily stay on top of your payment processes and eliminate the risk of error – all in one place.
Built directly inside Business Central, Payment Management provides a seamless user experience to all users of Dynamics, both new and experienced. It’s easy to integrate and set up and comes with a host of features to make your life easier. In the navigation panel on the left, you can find information on how to use Payment Management in your company. In addition, the following table contains a number of key articles that you may find useful.
|Business Processes||- Getting Started|
- New and Planned
- Business Functionality
|Development and Administration Content||- Feature Management|
- Supported Countries and Languages
- Notice about Documentation and Website Usage
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The content on Continia Docs is based on the latest versions of the various Continia apps and the latest edition of Business Central online, unless otherwise stated. If you read about a feature or capability that you can't find in the actual software, your organization may be using a different version of Business Central or an earlier edition of the Continia app in question.