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Payment Service Provider Buckaroo connects with d-basics

27 ott, 2017 | Return|

The d-basics plug-in makes it possible to export data from the accounting software directly to Buckaroo. Invoices are automatically converted into a payment request or reminder. Buckaroo will take care of the correct processing and handling of the transactions.

Financial data is converted from the database of the accounting software to the required Buckaroo file format. The correct information will appear in the correct fields. The user does not have to create a file or build a plugin. This makes it even easier to use Buckaroo's payment solutions.

Users can choose from two kinds of plug-ins:


  • Buckaroo Credit Management, for payment requests with a pay link or button. And follow-up actions in case of payment failure. Or only use Buckaroo for your payment reminders.
  • Buckaroo SEPA Direct Debit, for debit transactions via SEPA Direct Debit. Including following attempts in case of failure and sending out reminders.

The plugin is a solution for companies where the invoices are recorded in an online accounting system and who want to use the Buckaroo payment and reporting services.

Learn more about the possibilities and benefits of the d-basics link with Buckaroo. Please contact via the application form.



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