What is OCR?
OCR is the technology that enables banks to automatically read the KID number, amount and account number on a bank giro. With an OCR agreement from the bank, you can use KID on your invoices, and read in files from the bank with information about payments to your company.
As you order your bank agreement, you can choose if you want to receive payments and account statements into your accounting system. If you want to receive payments into Tripletex, you need to create an OCR agreement.
You order the agreement together with your Autopay agreement.
This is how you activate OCR (KID number on invoices)
- Go to "Company>My subscription".
- Order the OCR service you want.
We have two types of OCR (KID number on invoices) from AutoPay (or Nets). It's worth to note that both services are delivered by Nets despite only one of the services including it in the name.
For OCR (KID number on invoices) from Nets it will always be data receiver 00106265.
For OCR (KID number on invoices) from Autopay, this varies from bank to bank.
|Read more about OCR from Autopay here /||Read more about OCR from Nets here|
3. Go to "Invoice>Settings".
4. Choose KID number length under the section "Sending of invoice".
Tripletex supports KID numbers of 7, 10 or 13 digits for outgoing invoices.