Receipt Bank Importer is a simple method of posting supplier receipts and invoices to Sage 50 Accounts from Receipt Bank.
Receipt Bank takes the hassle out of processing expenses, and the Importer takes the hassle out of imputing this data into Sage 50. Receipt Bank
Importer will process both expense receipts and
purchase invoices. The data is passed to Sage either as a purchase
invoice awaiting payment or as a paid receipt.
To enable Receipt Bank Importer to import successfully, the
following Sage data is passed to Receipt Bank:
- Supplier Accounts
- Nominal Codes
- Tax Codes
This data is only imported into Receipt Bank when new records are added.
Receipt Bank Importer will import into Sage 50 Accounts all receipts entered into
Receipt Bank, displaying them for the user to check and edit, and then
allows the posting of the receipt to Sage.
Processing Receipt Bank Data
Following the import of Receipt Bank data, the individual receipts are
visible to the user in Receipt Bank Importer, and available for checking and
Each individual receipt may be viewed as well as an image of the
receipt. If necessary, the supplier expense nominal code, VAT code etc
may be edited. The user may move from receipt to receipt making the
checking process very quick and easy.
When all checking is complete, then the selected receipts are posted to
Sage by clicking the ‘Post to Sage’ button.
Support for Multiple Receipt Bank and Sage Accounts
Receipt Bank Importer will allow the importing of receipts from
many Receipt Bank accounts. Each Receipt Bank account is linked to an
individual sage 50 accounts set of data.
Receipt Bank Importer is available for download as a 30 day
fully functional trial. A licence key may be purchased for only £10.00 + VAT
per company per month. (1 to 5 Receipt Bank Companies, please call
0845 867 2032 for additional companies and to obtain details of how to
download the application and set up the links to Sage and Receipt Bank).
For downloads click here