With NC Payments Export you can process your banking transactions paperless and conveniently. The app increases your liquidity and reduces your costs.
With the NC Payments Export app, you carry out payment transactions quickly, easily, user-friendly and in line with national and international standards based on ISO 20022.
The data exchange between customer and bank and within the Austrian bank takes place with standardised XML messages ISO PAIN 20022 SEPA SCT, SEPA SDD CORE and SEPA SDD B2B . The international standardisation of payment transfer messages is an ongoing process.
The NCPE Payments Export comes with predefined XML schemas. These XML schemas are constantly updated and provided as free download based under the annual subscription.
Contact information and pricing
Where can I find more information on the NAVAX Payments Export app?
The 30 Day Free Trial for the NC Payment Export is a fantastic way to dig into the app.
The trial will allow you to access all functions and features available within the app - exactly the same as a normal subscription!
To get started, download the app/extension from the Microsoft AppSource and start working.
At the end of your 30 Day Trial, unless cancelled, a registration is required and your subscription will automatically rollover to a annual subscription with NAVAX. Note that annual subscriptions cannot be paused.
If you would like to subscribe to a different payment plan at the end of the trial period, drop a line to firstname.lastname@example.org.
To register follow the instructions outlined in the app.
If you do not wish to continue on to a paid subscription with NAVAX at the end of your trial period uninstall the extension. We recommend cancelling at least 24 hours prior to the expiry of your trial to ensure a charge/mail is not processed.
For more information on cancelling your NAVAX app subscription, please drop a line to email@example.com.^
The app supports the Essentials and Premium Editions of Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central.
This app is available in English (United States) and German (Austria).