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Open Source ERP implementations
Introduction to the Banking
Addons for OpenERP
Stefan Rijnhart <stefan@therp.nl>
Twitter: ...
Project history
Other contributors: Canonical, Credativ, Endian e.a.
Modules
● Import and reconciliation of bank statements
account_banking
● Export of payment orders
account_banking_payment
...
Bells and whistles
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Online IBAN lookup (NL only)
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Store combined IBAN/domestic bank account like in OpenERP 6.0
account_...
Demonstration
Let's do a payment order / bank statement
round trip!
Questions?
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Community banking modules in OpenERP. Stefan Rijnhart, Therp

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  1. 1. Open Source ERP implementations Introduction to the Banking Addons for OpenERP Stefan Rijnhart <stefan@therp.nl> Twitter: @therp_stefan https://launchpad.net/banking-addons
  2. 2. Project history Other contributors: Canonical, Credativ, Endian e.a.
  3. 3. Modules ● Import and reconciliation of bank statements account_banking ● Export of payment orders account_banking_payment ● Export of direct debit orders account_direct_debit ClieOp3 ClieOp3
  4. 4. Bells and whistles ● Online IBAN lookup (NL only) ● Store combined IBAN/domestic bank account like in OpenERP 6.0 account_iban_preserve_domestic ● Create a sales or purchase voucher for adhoc transactions bank_statement_instant_voucher ● Pay a batch of invoices to a central entity (purchasing consortium) account_banking_aggregate_payment
  5. 5. Demonstration Let's do a payment order / bank statement round trip!
  6. 6. Questions?
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