Welcome!

Visma.net AutoPay supports various banks in different countries, each having their own specific way of setting up a bank connection. Follow the steps below to get started.

Welcome!

Visma.net AutoPay supports various banks in different countries.
Follow the steps below to get started.

To get started, please select your country, ERP and bank.

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Select your ERP or HRM

Select your bank

Visma.net AutoPay supports all banks in Norway. Please note that while we do support the new ISO 20022 format, there are exceptions where we only support old formats. Today, we also have some banks that do not support foreign payment. We are continuously working to improve this.

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Visma Lønn is not integrated with Visma.net AutoPay yet. An integration is scheduled for Q2 2017 (subject for change). Until then, you cannot use Visma.net AutoPay for salary payments from Visma Lønn.

If you use Visma Lønn you must run Visma Lønn through another payment solution, or wait until the integration is ready in Q2 2017.

What you can expect from the solution when you integrate to DNB

Agreements for new and old formats may coexist in DNB.

Visma.net AutoPay only accepts the new ISO 20002 formats. DNB’s support of both old and new format is a very good thing if you need to migrate existing agreements from another system. This way you can keep both systems running during the migration to the new format.

Existing Visma.net AutoPay customers and Visma Business AutoPay customers

There will be no change.

Existing TelePay customers (Visma Global, Enterprise Økonomi)

All invoices to one supplier in a batch will be rejected if one invoice has an error. This is a setting done on top level in your Netbank, and this will affect also other existing agreements.

Pay special attention to the rejection settings in DNB.

Existing DNB AutoPay (any version) customers:

You don’t have to make new agreements with DNB

We recommend that you plan your move and make sure that you do not have payments in the bank on future due dates when you make the switch. (This is not strictly necessary for DNB - Just be aware that you will get data in both old and new AutoPay solution in the transition phase).

The key element for the switch for outgoing payments is the division used in the agreement. To move to the new format you need to start using an alphanumeric division – usually with XML as a prefix. You can check this in the administration tab in your Netbank.

Contact DNB to switch incoming payments

Also contact them to switch account statements to the new ISO 20022 XML format.

Order both incoming and outgoing data in the new format

DO NOT change the agreement in Visma.net AutoPay until you have received all incoming payments in the old format. (Usually it takes around a week for Nets to change their part of the incoming payment agreements.)
Visma.net AutoPay will save incoming payments for the new format until this agreement is activated

Existing Visma.net AutoPay customers

(Old format agreements) will need to deactivate old DNB agreements in Visma.net AutoPay.

New Visma.net AutoPay customers

Find templates for the DNB agreements in the AutoPay agreement page (And in «Partner Forum», «Customer community» pages).

There are two agreements, one for outgoing payments and one for incoming payments. Fill in the forms, sign them, scan them and send them to the email address listed in the top of the form.

You will be notified by DNB when everything is ready in the bank.

New and existing customers need to create new agreements in Visma.net AutoPay:

Make sure you enter the DNB division exactly as it is listed in your Netbank (Administration tab, administrative divisions). (If you enter an invalid value we will not get any rejections or messages back from DNB)

Select the services you want to use: Outgoing payments, account notifications (always choose this one), incoming payments, account statements.

You are now ready to start sending payments

What you can expect from the solution when you integrate to Danske Bank

Please note:

Danske Bank is automatically converting old formats to the new ISO 20022 format – which means that you will not have any problems with the Sepa End Date requirement for euro payments. This service is free of charge.

Danske Bank supports one type of outgoing format per Netbank agreement.

Existing customers:

-You must plan and move all companies at the same time*

-You cannot use another payment system for Visma Lønn*

This restriction is for outgoing formats only. You may still get incoming payments in old formats even after switching to a new format for outgoing payments.

*It is also possible to create an extra Netbank agreement (free of charge) with Danske Bank.

Existing Danske Bank customers (Using old formats such as EdiFact or TelePay):

-You must plan and move all companies at the same time* Make sure you don’t have any payments in the bank with future due dates when you do the switch (You will not receive any return data for those if you move to new format too soon).

Order both incoming and outgoing data in the new format, but DO NOT change the agreement in Visma.net AutoPay until you have received all incoming payments in the old format. (Usually it takes a week for Nets to change their part of the incoming payment agreements.) Visma.net AutoPay will save incoming payments for the new format until this agreement is activated, so there is no problem waiting a couple of days extra.

You will need to deactivate your old Danske Bank agreements.

*You may create an extra netbank agreement with Danske Bank.

How to create a bank agreement:

You cannot create the agreement in Visma.net AutoPay untileverything is registered in the bank. Please contact your bank customer contact, Cash Management or Customer service. Let them know that you would like to start using Visma.net AutoPay. Tell them which ERP system you are using and if you would like to approve in the Netbank or not. Danske Bank will notify Visma.net AutoPay when the agreement is ready in the bank. Visma.net AutoPay Operations prepares Danske Bank for your company and sends an email to you with information about which Customer ID to use in the Visma.net AutoPay agreement.

Log in to Visma.net AutoPay and register the necessary details in the bank agreement. You are now ready to start sending payments.

What you can expect from the solution when you integrate to Evry Bank Group

Please note:

Evry banks is automatically converting old formats to the new ISO 20022 format – which means that you will not have any problems with the Sepa End Date requirement for euro payments. This service is free of charge during 2017.

Support of ISO 20022 xml format is not ready.

  • Please contact your customer contact at the bank or customer service.
  • Tell them that you would like to start using «Visma.net AutoPay». Also tell them which ERP system you are using and if you would like to approve in the Netbank or not.
  • When the agreement is ready, you will receive a message from the bank together with an ID that you’ll need when registering the agreement in Visma.net AutoPay.
  • Login to Visma.net AutoPay and create the agreement.
  • You are now ready to start sending payments.

What you can expect from the solution when you integrate to Nets

Please note:

Nets is supporting all banks in Norway. There is one important restriction – Only domestic payments are permitted.

ISO 20022 xml solution is not ready. However, considering it is not possible to do Euro payments through Nets, this should not be a problem.

Existing customers

  • Send an email to: authorisation-no@nets.eu, use the following text:
    On the following agreement (account) we will start using Visma.net AutoPay. Please change «kunde-enhetsID» to ‘0011542’
  • Nets will send you an email when this agreement is ready.
  • You may now register the agreement in Visma.net AutoPay. The bank will send you the ID you need to register in the Visma.net AutoPay agreement.

New AutoPay customers (EDIFACT format):

  • You will find templates for the Nets agreements in the Visma.net AutoPay agreement page (and in «Partner Forum», «Customer community» pages).
  • Please fill in the form and deliver this to your bank. They will forward this to Nets.
  • You will be notified by Nets when the agreement is ready.
  • Nets will also notify you about the agreement number that you should register in Visma.net AutoPay.
  • Login to Visma.net AutoPay and create the agreement.
  • You are now ready to start sending payments.

What you can expect from the solution when you integrate to Nordea

Please note:

Agreements for new and old formats may coexist in Nordea.

From now on, Visma.net AutoPay will only accept the new ISO 20002 formats. Nordea’s support of both the old and new format is a good thing if you need to migrate existing agreements from another system. You can keep both systems running during the migration to the new format.

Nordea will reject any Euro payment in old formats after 01.10.2017.

Visma.net AutoPay is using Nordea’s corporate Access channel.

New customers:

  • Contact your contact person or customer service at Nordea to get help with the necessary agreements.

Existing customers:

  • Contact your contact person or customer service in Nordea to get help with the necessary agreements in Nordea.
  • We recommend that you do a clean break, meaning that you plan your move and make sure that you don’t have payments in the bank on future due dates when you do the switch.
  • Order both incoming and outgoing data in the new format, BUT DO NOT change the agreement in Visma.net AutoPay until you have received all incoming payments in the old format. (It usually takes around a week for Nets to change their part of the incoming payment agreements). Visma.net AutoPay will save incoming payments for the new format until this agreement is activated, so waiting a few days extra is not a problem.
  • Deactivate your old DNB agreements in Visma.net AutoPay.

New and existing customers:

You will get an email from Nordea when your new agreements are ready in the bank.

You now need to create new agreements in Visma.net AutoPay:

  • Create a new agreement in Visma.net AutoPay for your Nordea account(s).
  • You need to fill in the «CCM Agreementnumber» from the agreements you made with Nordea.
  • Select the services you want to use: Outgoing payments, account notifications (always choose this one), incoming payments, account statements. (The two last ones are optional).
  • You are now ready to start sending payments.

How to create a bank agreement:

  • You can’t create the agreement in Visma.net AutoPay before everything is registered in the bank. Please contact your customer contact at the bank or customer service.
  • Tell them that you would like to start using Visma.net AutoPay. Also tell them which ERP system you are using and if you would like to approve in the Netbank or not.
  • SEB will notify Visma.net AutoPay when the agreement is ready in the bank.
  • Visma.net AutoPay Operations prepares SEB for your company and will send an email to you with information about which Customer ID to use in the Visma.net AutoPay agreement.
  • Login to Visma.net AutoPay and register the necessary details in the bank agreement.
  • You are now ready to start sending payments.

What’s Next?

1.

Visit the Community Page to see the
checklist of what you need to do next.
 

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2.

If you have all of the information you need,
please login to your Visma.net account
and choose Visma.net AutoPay to configure.

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If you experience difficulties please contact support@visma.com

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