SISS provides direct bank data feeds for Microsoft Business Central
Australia’s largest independent provider of direct bank data feeds and Accredited Data Recipient for Open Banking, SISS Data Services, has released ACSISS Connect for Microsoft Business Central. The new solution, available via Microsoft AppSource, enables Business Central customers to avoid manual input or import processes, thus improving efficiency, accuracy and security.
“Bank data feeds have revolutionized the accounting process for smaller businesses, and we are delighted to now offer the same benefits to larger organisations, such as those using Microsoft Business Central,” said Grant Augustin, Chief Executive of SISS Data Services.
Eugene Lee, SMB lead, Microsoft Business Applications (ANZ) added, “The ACSISS Connect solution enables customers to have their latest transactions from accounts held with major Australian banks including CBA, NAB, ANZ, Westpac, Macquarie and others delivered automatically each day, thus eliminating manual processes, and improving data security.”
SISS Data Services has data supply agreements in place with all major Australian banks and data is collected from the banks’ core banking system rather than using ‘screen-scraping’ which can present reliability and security concerns.
“With over 10 years’ experience of powering software platforms with bank transaction data, we know how vital it is to use approved channels and the most secure systems when handling data on behalf of our customers,” explained Mr. Augustin.
“Microsoft customers expect a great user experience, and that means not only efficiency and ease of use, it means we must provide the highest standards of data quality and security. We know that ACSISS Connect ticks all of these boxes, and we expect it will be a winner with Business Central customers throughout Australia.”
Business Central customers can talk to their Microsoft partner to learn more about ACSISS Connect for Microsoft Business Central and how it can work in their business.