In konfipay, your client's payment partners include all parties with whom your client conducts payment transactions. This therefore includes both creditors and debitors.
Create payment partner manually
To create a new payment partner, click on
Add at the top of the toolbar. Under the "Account details" tab, enter the relevant details of the payment partner - the name/company name and IBAN are mandatory fields.
Also define the intended roles of the payment partner by removing or adding roles from the corresponding field. You can find more detailed information on the roles of a payment partner in the following section.
Under the "Additional" tab, you can define an individual purpose and an end-to-end reference for the payment partner. This payment reference and the end-to-end reference will then be filled in automatically for every payment to this payment partner.
You can also grant a payment partner a cash discount by default by specifying the amount of the cash discount as a percentage and the discount period. This is for your information on the one hand, and also means that the cash discount calculator can automatically access the corresponding cash discount.
Payment partners are normally created publicly - this means that all users of your client can see this payment partner. You can also create a payment partner privately by un-ticking the box at the bottom left where it says "Public". Then only you can see this payment partner and payments to this payment partner are also only visible to you.
You can assign up to three roles to each payment partner. These are: Debitor (for direct debits), creditor (for regular transfers), and creditor (for AZV/foreign transfers). Depending on their role, the payment partners can then be used for the defined payment types.
Displaying partners in the list also works via the roles - all payment partners with the roles defined under the toolbar are displayed in the list:
A payment partner can also be created without any roles. In this case, however, it cannot be used for any payment type in konfipay.
For payment partners with the debitor role you can store mandates for direct debits. To do this, select a debitor in the list of payment partners and click on
Mandates. You will then see a list of existing mandates for the debitor:
Add a mandate by clicking on
Add at the top of the toolbar. Enter a name and a reference for the mandate and specify whether it should apply to basic direct debits or business direct debits. The mandate date is the date on which the mandate was issued. You can also enter a note for internal use.
To edit or delete a mandate, select the mandate in the list and click on
Delete. You can then easily select the mandates stored here when creating a direct debit.