Your options for paying vendors and importing status files and account statements with Payment Management depend on what types of bank communication and services are supported by your bank. This article covers the most relevant information needed in order for you to set up your bank for Payment Management.
The table below displays the supported types of banking communication for this bank, together with the bank service that supports the bank communication, and in which countries the services can be used.
|Bank communication||Bank services||Countries||Bank system code|
|Direct communication||DNB Connect||DK, DE, ES, FI, GR, LU, NO, PL, SE, UK, US||DNB-ISO|
|Manual communication||DNB Connect||DK, DE, ES, FI, GR, LU, NO, PL, SE, UK, US||DNB-ISO|
In order for Payment Management to communicate bank data between Business Central and your bank, files must be ordered at your bank. For a better understanding on the import and export scenarios using various file formats, see the article Importing and Exporting Bank Files.
Use the list below to identify which files to order in the bank. Please notice that your bank may require a subscription to or purchase of some of the files. Contact your bank to request the needed bank files, and to get more information about your bank's terms and conditions for the file transfer.
|Bank communication||Send payments||Import status||Update status||Import payments||Reconcile|
|Manual communication||PAIN.001||Not supported||CAMT.054D||CAMT.054C||CAMT.053|
To use the functionality of direct communication, the service must be enabled from the assisted bank account setup, for more information see Setting up Direct Communication. For detailed information and guidance about signing up to DNB from Business Central, see the guide Onboarding DNB.