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Banking integration

When banking and accounting talk to each other, you’ll save a lot of time on paying bills and doing reconciliations. Find out here what you need to know about banking integration with an accounting system.

Save time! Integrate online banking with your accounting system. It doesn’t get any easier.

What is banking integration?

Banking integration is a process whereby the company connects its accounting system to their bank accounts to automate and simplify the accounting process.

How banking integration works

Banking integration usually involves establishing a direct data connection between the accounting system and the bank, which gives the company access to transaction information and account balances.

With banking integration, your business can easily and quickly transfer transaction data from bank accounts to the accounting software without having to manually enter the information.

Why use this solution?

Banking integration can help to reduce errors in your accounts and save time and reduce costs of manual tasks related to payments, accounting and bookkeeping. It helps the company to improve cash flow management by providing balance information and transaction data. This provides greater cash flow predictability and allows you to plan outgoing payments and investments in an efficient way.

Benefits of integration between bank and accounting system

Surveillance and accuracy in accounting

Automatic transfer and collection of data to/from the bank

Saves time

Automation of tasks you previously did manually

Always updated accounting

Balance and bank reconciliation giving better cash management

Reduced costs

Save time and money on errors that can occur manually

Better security

Reduce the risk of errors and protect financial data

Scalability

Banking integration can help the company grow

How to order banking integration

Note: Always start your order from your accounting system.

Step 1: Getting started

You or your accountant can easily order banking integration. To order banking integration, you must have a corporate account with us, and you can order by selecting either A or B:

Step 2: Implement the solution

Always start your order in the accounting system.

Below we have listed all accounting systems that offer digital ordering of banking integration in partnership with DNB. If you click on the links, you can read more about banking integration with your accounting system.

  • 24SevenOffice
  • Act
  • Agro
  • Aritma
  • Azilium
  • BilagSky
  • Centiga
  • Cloud Booking from Booktech AS
  • Continia
  • Cordel
  • DNB Regnskap
  • Fiken
  • Muleum
  • PowerOffice GO
  • Proline
  • Rambase
  • Sparebank1 Accounting
  • StyreWeb
  • Sumango
  • Tripletex
  • Uni Micro (with Uni Economy and Uni Economy V3)
  • Visma eAccounting
  • Visma.net AutoPay (with Visma Business, Visma Global, Visma Payroll, Visma.net Financials, Visma.net Expense, Visma.net Payroll, Visma Enterprise, Visma DI, Visma Bluegarden, and Visma Control)
  • Xledger
  • Zirius

Contact your ERP supplier if they do not offer digital ordering.

Step 3: Follow the order process in the Service store for DNB

From the accounting system you will be routed to DNB’s Service store. Here you can order the services you want and you’ll get a receipt when you’ve completed the booking.

Your Banking integration will soon be set up!

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Our advisers can answer any questions you have, and are also available for meetings. Call us by telephone on [+47] 23 02 10 25 weekdays 09:00-15:00

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From Telepay to XML

Soon it will no longer be possible to send files in the Telepay format. By 31.03.2024, all payment files must be sent in XML format. We therefore recommend that you use start using the new format as soon as possible: ISO 20022 XML.

Are you unsure whether the XML format is supported in your accounting system? If so, you will need to contact your system provider.

Make a plan today for how you will switch over to the XML format. You can either upgrade the ERP system to a version that handles XML, or you can use a conversion service.

Do you have any questions about using the XML format at DNB? Please contact us on [+47] 915 04800 for more information.

Accounting-approved payments – technical documentation

You’ll find all the technical documentation for the accounting-approved payments solution here: Accounting-approved payments - Technical documentation (PDF, in Norwegian)

Would you like some support?
We have set up a technical implementation support team. Send an email to tci@dnb.no

- an SFTP (Secure File Transport Protocol) solution via DNB.

The solution is for companies who want to automate their file transfers. DFG allows you to send and receive files without logging in to the online bank.

All the information you need can be found in the document SFTP - How to get started (PDF) covering questions and its implementation.

We offer the following communication solutions:

  • sFTP
  • Swiftnet Fileact
  • EPeppol

For more information and set-up forms, enquiries can be sent by email: betalingstjenester.bedrift@dnb.no

ISO 20022 XML

ISO 20022 XML is an international messaging standard for payment services that is used in the interface between customer and bank, and which is increasingly also used between banks, nationally and internationally. The new standard will replace the old proprietary standards within each individual country. The advantage for our customers and their suppliers of ERP and treasury systems is a standard that is conveniently similar from bank to bank.

Test format and payment types
We offer our customers a validation tool called XMLdation. With this tool, developers can test the format and payment types you work with on an ongoing basis.

  • Get in touch with us on tci@dnb.no to be assigned a user and password. We will reply to you within the next working day.

Message Implementation Guides (MIG)

Our message guides cover outgoing payments, incoming payments and account information.

Do you have any further questions?

We have created a help page that gives you the answers to our most common enquiries regarding ERP and banking integration.

Go to the help page

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