Set Up Bank CCC Codes

Código Cuenta Cliente (CCC) is a unique account code used by banks to identify their customers. The CCC code is printed on bank documents such as checks and statements.

You can set up CCC codes in the following locations:

  • Bank Account Card page
  • Company Information page
  • Customer Bank Account Card page
  • Vendor Bank Account Card page

The following procedure describes how to set up bank CCC codes for your company.

To enter CCC codes

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

  2. On the Payments FastTab, fill in the fields as described in the following table.

    Field Description
    CCC Bank No. 1-4 Identifies the bank where the account has been opened.
    CCC Bank Branch No. 5-8 Identifies the branch code. If the bank does not use this reference, the branch code can be zeros.
    CCC Control Digits 9-10 Identifies the control digits.
    CCC Bank Account No. 11-20 (Spain)

    11-21 (Portugal)
    Identifies the account number, which may be adjusted with preceding zeros.

The following procedure describes how to set up bank CCC codes for existing customer bank accounts, but the same steps apply to vendors, bank accounts, and company information.

To set up bank CCC codes for a customer bank account

  1. Choose the Search for Page or Report icon, enter Customer Bank Account Card, and then choose the related link.

  2. On the Transfer FastTab, enter information into the relevant CCC fields.

    Note

    You must set up the company information on the Payments FastTab.

  3. Choose the OK button.

See Also

Set Up Bank Accounts