Royal Bank of Scotland,  Bankline - Making Payments

Royal Bank of Scotland, Bankline - Making Payments

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Original Bankline - Making Payments Training (approx 60 mins)

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Training for all original Bankline users (60 mins)

This webinar is a great introduction to making payments. Our experts will give you a full overview. They’ll show you how to create different payment types in the most cost-effective way and explain how to link Bankline with your accounting software. We’ll cover:

• Creating and approving payments

• Costs and cut off times

• Templates and bulk payments

• Importing payments

Please note that this training is in Original Bankline, if you have been migrated to New Bankline, please book onto the New Bankline and Account Servicing Training.

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Whilst we feel this topic is beneficial to Bankline users, the views expressed are not intended to be and should not be viewed as individual advice or as a recommendation by the Royal Bank of Scotland or any third party. You should seek independent advice in respect of issues that are of concern to you.

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