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Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2015: Bank Integration

Bank data conversion comes standard, out of the box, with Dynamics NAV 2015. This means you can easily export payment files from NAV to your bank for processing and import bank statements into NAV. The new Bank Data Conversion features can be found within the existing bank statement import function for easy access and use. Once you access this feature, you simply sign in, and you can start sharing information easily between NAV and your bank.

  • Bank Data Conversion comes out of the box with one free bank account sync. From there, you may choose to add on multiple bank accounts if needed. The bank data conversion comes with worldwide coverage, so no matter where your business operates, if the bank is one of the 25 paired with this program, you can easily import and export statements. With the conversion, you can enhance processes for electronic payments, automatic payment reconciliation, and bank account reconciliation.
  • Payment reconciliation journal is another new feature in NAV 2015. This journal allows you to import bank statements and automatically apply payments to the appropriate bank accounts for customer and vendor invoices. This feature is just another way for you to gain better visibility into your cash flow and stay up to date with real-time tracking between your transactions and NAV.

The benefits of the new Bank Integration feature in NAV 2015 don’t stop there. The enhanced User Interface, increased number of data points for better tracking, and fast registration are added bonuses that help make this out-of-the-box feature a stand out.

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