Set Up Vendors for Remittance

Business Central includes Norwegian enhancements for automatically making payments to vendors. This reduces errors that occur from manual data entry. To pay vendors using the remittance system, you must set up vendor information.

To set up a vendor for remittance

  1. Choose the Search for Page or Report icon, enter Vendors, and then choose the related link.

  2. Choose the Edit action.

  3. On the General FastTab, fill in the fields as described in the following table.

    Field Description
    Name Specify the vendor’s name. This field is used by remittance against Bankernes Betalingssentral (BBS).
    Address Specify the vendor’s address. This field is used by remittance against BBS.
    Address 2 Specify an additional line for the vendor’s address, if necessary. This field is used by remittance against BBS.
    Post Code Specify a valid postal code of four digits for domestic remittance.
    Country/Region Code Specify a valid country/region code for a foreign address.
  4. On the Payments FastTab, fill in the fields as described in the following table.

    Field Description
    Remittance Select if the vendor is to be remitted.
    Remittance Account Code Specify the account code to be used for the vendor.
    Recipient Bank Account No. Specify the account number used to remit the vendor.
  5. Choose the Remittance Info action.

  6. On the General FastTab, fill in the fields as described in the following table.

    Field Description
    Remittance Account Code Specify the code of the remittance account which the vendor is using.
    Remittance Agreement Code Specify the code of the agreement to which the account is linked.
    Recipient Bank Account No. Specify the vendor's account number used for remittance.
  7. On the Domestic FastTab, fill in the fields as described in the following table.

    Field Description
    Own vendor recipient ref. Select to use the recipient reference from the vendor.
    Recipient ref. 1 -- inv. Enter the text that will print on the payment invoice.
    Recipient ref. 1 - cred. Enter the text that will print on the payment invoice when deducting a credit memo.

    If remittance to BBS is used, the text from Recipient ref. - inv. and Recipient ref. -cred. is displayed on the payment specification in lines one through three, columns one and two. You can insert a maximum of 80 characters on the payment specification.

    The text in the recipient reference fields can be formatted automatically with special codes. For more information, see Recipient Reference Codes.

  8. On the Payment abroad FastTab, fill in the fields as described in the following table.

    Field Description
    Recipient Ref. Abroad Enter the text that will print on the payment invoice.
    Warning Notice Select one of the following options to specify how a warning notice is sent from the recipient's bank to the recipient.

    - None - No confirmation is sent.
    - Phone - Confirmation is given by phone.
    - Fax - Confirmation is sent by fax.
    - Other - A text message in the Warning Text field is used.
    Warning Text Enter the warning text that is used if the Warning Notice field is set to Other.
    Recipient Confirmation Select to specify how confirmation of payment is sent to the recipient.
    Telex Country/Region Code Specify the country/region code if the confirmation is sent using telex.
    Telex/Fax No. Specify the telex or fax number if the confirmation is sent using telex or fax.
    Recipient Contact Specify the contact person’s name if a telex or fax confirmation is sent to the recipient.
    Charges Domestic Specify who is charged the domestic charges in connection with the payment.

    - Debitremitter - The remitter is charged.
    - Debitrecipient - The recipient is charged.
    - Default - The bank's way of charging is used. Typically this is the remitter who is charged.
    Charges Abroad Specify who is charged for foreign payments.

    - Debitremitter - The remitter is charged.
    - Debitrecipient - The recipient is charged.
    - Default - The bank's way of charging is used. Typically this is the remitter who is charged.
    Payment Type Code Abroad Enter a two-digit code for the payment type.
    Specification (Norges Bank) Specify information for your local government bank. Contact your bank for further information.
  9. On the Bank abroad FastTab, fill in the fields as described in the following table.

    Field Description
    SWIFT Enter the Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication (SWIFT) address by which the recipient’s bank is identified.
    Bank Name Specify the bank's name.
    Bank Address 1 Specify the address of the recipient's bank.
    Rcpt. Bank Country/Region Code Specify the country/region code for the recipient. This field is required and must comply with ISO standards.
    SWIFT Remb. Bank Specify the SWIFT address for reimbursement that is the recipient’s corresponding bank.
  10. Choose the OK button.

See Also

Electronic Payments to Vendors in Norway
Set Up Remittance Agreements
Create Remittance Accounts
Recipient Reference Codes
Create Remittance Suggestions
Create Manual Remittance Payments
Set Up Payment Line Information
Test Remittance Payments
Export Remittance Payments
Types of Payment Returns Files
Import Payment Return Data
Delete Remittance Payment Orders
Remittance Errors
View Remittance Error Codes
Cancel Payments