Vendors are sometimes confused about how to apply a payment that is processed through Direct Deposit. The only detail listed on the email is the dollar amount and the document number.
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We would like to increase our number of ACH vendors but we need more detail included in the auto-generated email. Document Description would be a great option. Or, the idea of including the Voucher as an attachment to the email would also work.
It is difficult to pay landlords with that have multiple clients. We need to provide them with the address and unit number.
In addition to adding the description/voucher, it would be helpful to provide the payment control number in the email or in the subject line for the receiving person/entity.
Agreed - we would like to increase the number of ACH vendors but one of the stumbling blocks is that the auto email doesn't provide enough remittance information.
We are slowly going down the path to pay vendors with ACH. I would like to have the AP voucher that I created be either attached to or included within the e-mail notification. That provides all the information for the vendor to be able to credit our account accordingly.
We would opt for this also. Our organization pays for employee travel where there isn't necessarily an invoice created.
I agree this would be very helpful I would like the email that is sent to clients or vendors use the regular check description that is used when paying purchase orders like as example: paying a landlord or somebody's account like Jane Doe June rent and the amount of course or Jane June acct #xxxxxxxx and the amount. This would save alot of phones calls from the vendors as they don't know what is being paid it just says on ours a P.O. number and the amount, the P.O. doesn't do them any good they need a name or an account number something to go by. Thanks Tim
Or attach the voucher to the email like is done in Payroll
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