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Interbank transfer


The cash flow planning report has many advantages. For example, based on the information obtained, you can quickly identify a shortage or surplus of cash in a specific cash instrument and make an interbank transfer to update the balance. A temporary surplus in the current bank account can be transferred to a savings account. You can also prevent a shortage of cash in a cash instrument by doing an interbank transfer, so you do not have to pay interest. Another possibility is that you can decide to take out a new loan to cover the (temporary) shortage. 

The Interbank button is used to automatically match the cash flow transaction with processed transfers (from cash instrument A to another cash instrument B) that are entered at Cash flow/Entries/Cash flow.

After the bank has processed the transfer and you have registered/imported the bank statements for both cash instruments, you can proceed to do the matching. Go to Cash flow/Entries/Cash flow, select an entry and click Edit. The matching can then be done automatically by clicking the Interbank button found under the Matching & Processing section.

Before you use the Interbank button, make sure the cash flow transaction is allocated to the default company account code (defined in the Company data settings). The Interbank button is available if you have the E-Cash Flow Management module and is enabled only when the cash flow transaction is allocated.


You can automatically match the cash in with the cash out in this screen.


Select Unmatched or ALL to view the cash flow transactions. Select Unmatched to view unmatched cash flow transactions. Select All to view all (matched and unmatched) cash flow transactions. By default, Unmatched is selected.

Advanced icon

Click this to display the advanced filter section.


By default, this is filled with the creditor code and its description.


Select the Amount check box to enable the search for invoices with varying amounts. This check box is enabled only if a transaction in the Cash / bank section is selected. Once the Amount check box is selected, it enables the +/- field where you can type any variation that you want so that it is possible to search for invoices that vary from the amount of the cash flow transaction.


Click Extensive to do an extensive search by using the contents of Description to find matching invoices.


Click Search to search for the invoices based on the defined criteria.

Our ref./Your ref./Order No.

Select our reference, your reference or order number to search for invoices based on either one of the selected criteria.

Our ref./Your ref./Order No.

Type the our reference number, your reference number, or order number that you want to search for. This field changes according to your selection above. If you have chosen the our reference, a green icon appears on the right of this field. You can click on it to search for invoices based on the creditor account.

Pay. Ref.

Type the payment reference number that you want to search for.

Run number

Type the run number that you want to search for. This number is generated by the bank for each processed transaction.


Type the date or date range. All transactions that fall within this date or date range will then be available.

Group by

Group the invoices or installments by:

  • None
  • Our ref.
  • Payment date
  • Instrument no.
  • Run number
  • Payment reference
  • Your reference
  • Order number

By default, None is selected.


Type the description of the invoice that you want to search for.

Cash / bank section

This section displays all transactions that match the search criteria.

Invoices section

This section displays all invoices that match the search criteria.



Click Refresh to update the results according to the defined criteria.


Click Void to void selected invoices. This button will not be enabled if a transaction is selected at the same time. All voided invoices can be viewed in the void register at System/Finance/Register/Void.


Click Automatically to match the transactions automatically. Once the transactions are matched, they are automatically removed from the screen and what remains are the unmatched entries. To check if the entries have been matched and reconciled, click on either a payment or receipt entry in Cash flow/Entries/Cash flow, then click Edit to view the Entry screen. Next, click on the Info tab. Automatic matching will only take place if the system finds the best entry. Sometimes, if the system fails to do so, you will need to match it manually.


Click Card to view the creditor card.

Internal use

Click Internal use to open the Internal use screen. This screen allows you to generate the data that shows internal inventory consumption. See Related documents: Maintaining Internal Use Requests for further details.

After clicking this, the following options are available:

  • Clear - Click Clear to clear the defined criteria.
  • Number of rows - Type the number of rows to be displayed for each page. If you have set the default number of rows to 10, then 10 rows will be displayed.
  • Resource - This field is pre-filled based on the selected cash flow entry. It cannot be edited.
  • Item code - Type or select the item code that you want to display. Select the All check box for all item codes.
  • Date - Type or select the date or date range. All transactions that fall within this date or date range will then be available. Select the All check box for all dates.
  • Status - Select the status of the items you want to view. You can choose Open, Authorized, Rejected and/or Fulfilled. You may select more than one.
  • Refresh - Click Refresh to update the results according to the defined criteria.
  • Close - Click Close to exit.


Click Details to view details of the transaction.

Our ref.

Click Our ref. to view the complete transaction which is part of the selected line based on the our reference number.


Click Unmatch to cancel the matching of the bank transaction from the invoice(s).


Click Reallocate to remove the allocated creditor and reallocate another creditor to the cash flow transaction.


Click Match/Process to manually match the bank statements to the invoice(s) and process them.


Click Close to exit.

Related documents

 Main Category: Attachments & notes  Document Type: Support - On-line help
 Category:  Security  level: All - 0
 Sub category:  Document ID: 13.757.844
 Assortment:  Date: 26-09-2022
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