Here you will find detailed information about the banks that Payment Management support, both in Denmark and other countries.
Access concrete information about your bank, using the menu on the left side of the screen.
All banks support manual communication, but not all banks support direct communication through web service or sftp. The difference in the two ways is described here.
Manuel communication is the traditional (old) solution where you need to import and and export the files manually, both in Payment Management and in your bank.
This means that when you create a payment journal and want to send the payments to the bank, you must save the file at your desktop. Enter your bank's payment system to import the saved file and send the payment file(s). The opposite procedure applies when you receive payment-, status- or statement files from the bank to be imported in Payment Management.
Direct communication, sometimes referred to as web service or sftp, is clearly the best option - all communication between the bank and Payment Management is fully transparent and completely automatic.
This means that you do not have to worry about the location of files and how to import and export them. For example, when you have created a payment journal and send the payments to the bank, communication occurs between Payment Management and the bank fully automatic. You will also receive status immediately, showing whether the payments are received, sent, or paid in the bank.
Payment Management supports the most common payment methods for the supported banks. The complete list can be seen here. Please contact Continia if you have questions concerning a specific payment method.
The list below contains the most common payment methods that are all supported by Payment Management.
|Bank Transfer - urgent|
|FIK 71, 73, 75|
|Giro 01, 04, 15|
|Bank Transfer - intercompany|
|Bank Transfer - international (ICM)|
|Request for transfer (RFT)|
|Bank Giro with OCR|
|Plus Giro with OCR|