On 1 February 2014, the Single Euro Payments Area (SEPA) will be a fact. This means that your company will need to be SEPA proof before that date. Otherwise, you will not be able to pay by bank or receive money. In this blog post, you will find information and links to relevant pages.
What is SEPA?
Single Euro Payment Area, or SEPA, stands for an area of more than 30 European countries including the Netherlands with one payment market. Debit, collections and batch payments between most European countries within this area are as easy to perform as a national payment.
Exact and SEPA
Exact has been working on making its software SEPA proof for a while. Especially for you, we have drawn up roadmaps for our supporting software. Follow this link for more information. Here, you can view the special SEPA proof status page for the various functions.
What does SEPA mean for you?
You should take into account fundamental changes for your company. These changes bring a lot of work with them. Because you should implement new standards like IBAN, European transfers and collection in your company: from the administration of your company software to your stationary. View our SEPA | IBAN step-by-step guide so you’ll know exactly what to do.
Soon, you will be able to find more information about the developments regarding SEPA. Furthermore, this special website has collected all information.