Payment files contain payments that you want PaymentsPlus to process.
To upload a payment file, use the REST API or click Upload File in the Payments menu.
- Determine the payment channels you will use to send payments.
- Set your company authorisation mode.
- Set your company and user authorisation value limits.
- Configure email remittances (if sending email remittances).
- Create a payment file in one of the supported file formats.
- Upload a payment file, using the REST API or click Upload File in the Payments menu in the portal.
- Receive and process a payment response file.
Supported payment channels
PaymentsPlus supports payments using these payment channels.
Australia and New Zealand:
- Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT)
- Cheque (including Bank and Corporate cheque types)
- Overseas Telegraphic Transfer (OTT)
- OSKO Payments
- Real Time Gross Settlement (RTGS)
St. George customersOnly Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT), Cheques (including Bank and Corporate cheque types) and BPAY is available to St. George customers.
Control the processing of your files using one of three authorisation modes:
- No authorisation (straight through processing).
- Single authorisation (payment files must be authorised once before being scheduled for processing).
- Dual authorisation (payment files must be authorised twice before being scheduled for processing).
Click Preferences in the Administration menu to set the Payment File Authorisation Type for your company.
Authorisation value limits
Configure authorisation value limits to ensure they are not exceeded by individual authorisers:
- per transaction, and/or
- per payment file, and/or
- per day limits.
Click Users in the Administration menu to set Authorisation Limits for each user with the Authorise Payment Files user task.
PaymentsPlus sends email remittances to your payees. To do this:
- Click Preferences and then Remittance Format in the Administration menu to configure your email remittance layout.
- Set the Remittance Delivery Type to
Use one of the following options:
Option 1 - You have Australian-domiciled accounts.
Send Australian payment import CSV file into PaymentsPlus.
Option 2 - You have New Zealand-domiciled accounts
Option 3 - Your back-end system is compatible with ISO 20022 pain.001.001.003 and pain.002.001.003
Accounts payable processes use ISO 20022 pain.001.001.003 and pain.002.001.003 messages according to the CGI (Common Global Implementation).
Option 4 - Your back-end system is compatible with Rockend REST.