If your bank's e-Banking service provides an electronic statement reconciliation, you can download a file with details of transactions using your banking software, and then import this into Sage 200
How it works
- You import your bank transactions from your bank's software into Sage 200. This is typically done via a CSV file.
- You can then automatically match these to transactions you've entered in Sage 200.
Before you start
The Sage e-Banking component and the component for your bank's e-Banking service must be installed with Sage 200 desktop app. See How to set up e-Banking.