You are documenting incoming and outgoing payments in Excel (.xls/.xlsx./.csv), but want to process payments using the SEPA format? Manually transferring the account data from the Excel format into transfer forms or into the online banking program takes too much of time. Let us show you how SEPA-Transfer acts like a SEPA converter - transforming Excel to SEPA!
Excel SEPA Converter
With the Excel import of SEPA-Transfer, you can import all account data from XLS files and send them to your bank in SEPA format. With just a few clicks, you can import all your account data and execute the transactions.
Tip: In the Enterprise Edition, you automate all processes via the command line! SEPA-Transfer transfers the account data from a database or Excel file automatically.
Upon completion of the transaction, SEPA-Transfer Enterprise Edition automatically creates an Excel log file, if desired, in which all relevant information is stored.
Where does it come in handy?
Working with banking software, sooner or later you come across tools that have very comprehensive features but miss comfort functions at the same time. For example: The import of structured data apart from the SEPA XML format. With SEPA-Transfer, we offer an easy-to-use SEPA XML converter. Use SEPA-Transfer as a supplement tool to convert payment data from Excel or CSV files to SEPA XML.
Payment processes can be very time-consuming, especially when they are recurring tasks. SEPA-Transfer comes with great opportunities to automize those procedures. Read our case study to find out how we established an easy canteen billing process using the import functionality and SEPA mandate organization.
IT administrators can include the SEPA-Transfer command line parameters into their existing scripts to automize processes even further. This allows a fast import and bank transfer of payment data without having to boot up SEPA-Transfer every time separately.