In cooperation with RetailPay an export module is added to d-basics that sends invoices to RetailPay with a push of a button.
This export module automatically:
||extracts invoices - including invoice lines - from the accounting package
||saves the extracted invoice information in the file format required by RetailPay,
||transmits the invoice data files to RetailPay
The invoice information is extracted through a direct connection with the database of the accounting package. At this moment d-basics Creditline can connect to more than 500 different types of accounting packages, this number increases continuously. After it has been extracted from the accounting package, the information is saved in the correct file format and can then be transferred to RetailPay with a push of a button.
The user of d-basics Creditline determines which invoices are sent and when this is carried out. Fur-ther d-basics Creditline only reads from the database of the accounting package so, as a result the ac-counting package cannot be affected by the extraction.
The installation of d-basics Creditline is fairly simple. After you have told RetailPay that you want to start using d-basics Creditline, you receive an e-mail with download instructions for both the documentation and the installation package. Further this e-mail contains a license key that is needed to activate the d-basics Creditline software.
After successfully installing d-basics Creditline, you can immediately start sending invoice data files. This saves a lot of time and hassle and allows RetailPay to process invoices quicker.
An annual subscription fee is charged for using d-basics Creditline, further a startup fee is charged in the first year. The standard subscription fee is €425/year. Besides the use of d-basics Creditline this allows to install updates, ensuring that the transmission of invoices will not be interrupted in case of updates or new versions of your accounting package. The startup fee is €200, this is only charged in the first year.
If invoice information is transmitted using the d-basics CREDITLINE module a Remittance Advice file can be received in return. This file can be used to automatically allocate payments.