Our BPAY extension allows you to send and receive payments using BPAY in Dynamics 365 Business Central.
BPAY introduces the option to save and import files such as
.aba which are the file format used by NAB (National Australia Bank) and Commonwealth Bank respectively.
For purchases, we have included a setup where the file extension can be specified. Additionally by turning on the ‘BPAY Single Debit‘ option, Business Central will only generate a one bank balancing entry for multiple selected lines on the Payment Journal.
For sales, you can input your BPAY Biller Code, upload the BPAY Logo and configure the way the system should handle customer payment.
BPAY adds the fields BPAY Batch Payer ID and BPAY Customer Short Name which are required for batch payments. Each bank will also have their specific account type and import format.
- Setting up Bank Accounts for Vendor BPAY Payments
- Setting up Bank Accounts for Customer BPAY Payments
To enable BPAY transactions for a Vendor, the BPAY Payment field needs to be switched on. The Vendor will also have to provide their Default BPAY Biller Code and Default BPAY Reference No.
BPAY introduces a new action in the Customer card called Create BPAY Reference No. If the BPAY Reference No. Per field, in the eBanking Setup page, is set to Customer, then the action will generate a BPAY Reference No. for the client.
In the Payment Journal, the BPAY Biller Code and BPAY Reference fields are available to allowing them to be adjusted on the journal line during processing. The BPAY Payment field will also have to be ticked.
The Create eBanking Payment function will generate the eBanking file with the extension specified in the eBanking Setup. Additionally, it will insert a balancing line to balance the Payment Journal but will ensure that the Bal. Account No. field is left empty.
Cash Receipt Journal
BPAY adds the Import BPAY Sales function which will allow you to choose a file, from which lines will be pulled onto the Cash Receipt Journal.