Keeping on top of the bookkeeping is essential for any successful business, so we like to make it as simple as possible. It’s why our accounting software, includes time-saving features such as bank feeds. It enables our users to automatically import their banking transactions, without even lifting a finger.
Which banks are supported by Pandle bank feeds?
To support as many users as possible, more banking providers are being added to the service all the time. We’ve now added a new Supported Banks search tool, so users can check if their bank is supported by our bank feeds.
Simply enter the name of the bank into the search bar to check if your financial institution is supported by our Bank Feeds feature. The list will automatically update as more banks are added, so it’s easier than ever to stay on track, especially for our Partner Accountants with clients to support!
What are bank feeds for?
Bank feeds integrate with a user’s bank account to import transactions directly into our accounting software. This reduces the amount of time users spend entering transactions manually or using file imports, whilst lowering the risk of any data-entry errors. And we really do love a spot of timesaving, error reducing bookkeeping here at Pandle HQ. Like, really.
The whole process of checking and confirming banking transactions into Pandle is made even simpler with our Bank Rules feature. This further reduces the amount of time spent on bookkeeping by enabling users to set up rules so Pandle can automatically categorise imported transactions.
Bank Feeds are available as part of our low-cost accounting software plan, Pandle Pro. Current or new users can now check which banks are supported using our search tool, and test them out with our free 14-day trial.
Accountants and bookkeepers who want to learn more about supporting their clients with our refreshingly simple accounting software can do just that, right here.
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