Eliminate manual entry and replace a proliferation of off-line spreadsheets and documentation when you connect a bank account in Business Central.
Does your organization rely on manual processes for payments, cash receipts, and bank account reconciliation? Manual processing apart from the accounts receivable and accounts payable systems is not only inefficient and error prone, but this process often leads to a proliferation of off-line spreadsheets and documentation for your team to manage.
Business Central’s integrated ebanking electronically brings together all accounts payable, accounts receivable, and miscellaneous cash transactions to the general ledger and bank reconciliation–saving you time and eliminating errors all while providing end-to-end visibility of cash management.
Discover how connecting Business Central to a bank feed service makes it fast and easy to reconcile your bank accounts. In this Microsoft video, learn the basics of how to create a bank account in Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central in only a few simple steps:
Features of Setting Up a Bank Account in Business Central
Business Central enables end users to use bank accounts to keep track of their banking transactions. Through the features of Business Central, users can import and export banking files, use the bank reconciliation feature to reconcile their bank accounts, and use the system’s built-in capabilities for printing checks.
Contact our team to schedule a consultation to learn how the features and capabilities of Business Central will help your business rise above the competition.
Interested in learning more about how Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central can be used for your organization? Check out these videos:
- How to Adjust Exchange Rates with Dynamics 365 Business Central
- How to Set Up and Work with Bank Integration in Dynamics 365 Business Central
- How to Connect to a Service to Update Currency Exchange Rates with Dynamics 365 Business Central
- How to Set Up Cash Flow Analyses with Dynamics 365 Business Central