Jim Porter, Owner, J Porter Enterprises, LLC

Payroll & Collections

Whether you have two or 2,000 you wish to pay via the ACH (Automated Clearing House) feature within Business OnLine Banking, it can be tailored to fit your needs.


 

Send Money

Electronically initiate payroll (eliminating the need for payroll checks), vendor payments, and concentration of funds from remote banks.


 

Collect Money

Collect payments and invoices electronically, eliminating the need for paper invoicing.


 

Customized File Transmission Options

  • Many larger companies have the ability to create NACHA (National Automated Clearing House Association) formatted files, a standard file supported by most accounting/finance software programs.   NACHA files can be uploaded into the Kish Bank Business OnLine Banking system where they are validated and transmitted.

  • If your company wishes to perform ACH functions on a smaller scale without the creation of the NACHA file, there is an option of creating ACH templates and inputting only the values into the template each time an ACH file needs to be created.  The system then creates the NACHA file within Business OnLine Banking and all entries are validated and transmitted.


 

Flexibility and Security

Grant access to multiple users to perform ACH functions and other online banking activities.  Create separate entitlements for entry and transmission based on the user, to assist with managing risk.


 

Reporting

Full reporting is available that can integrate with accounting software.  Generate and download reports to view summaries, detailed transactions, or manage a saved report.


 

Support and Training

  • At the time of enrollment, your Business Relationship Manager will discuss your needs and goals, to ensure that the appropriate limits and functionality are in place.

  • Kish Bank commits to providing onsite training for your employees and makes available our Business Services Support Group, 1-866-534-5474, as a resource for setup and ongoing workflow decisions.

 

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