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Re: Odoo 9 Accounting: We support your bank

Open For Small Business Ltd, Graeme Gellatly
- 09/29/2015 00:18:34
That is really common in most online financial connectors.  Even if they don't offer credit cards etc, normally they have some kind of frequent flyer program which acts like a bank account.  I imagine loads of major rewards companies are on there.

On Tue, Sep 29, 2015 at 4:57 PM, Michael <> wrote:

When did  'China Airlines (China)' become a bank?

on 2015/9/29 4:04, Fabien Pinckaers wrote:
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Odoo 9 supports direct bank interfaces to sync your statements automatically. We just launched a widget allowing you to test if your bank is supported. From this page, use the text search widget on the right:

If your bank appears in the search box, it means it is supported in Odoo 9 and you can sync Odoo directly with your bank. Some of the supported countries include: U.S., France, Spain, Colombia, India, NZ, Australia, ...

For the Odoo 9 documentation, we are trying to build an extensive list of supported features by country. If you have a few minutes to help us: check if the top 5 banks of your country are supported. If one of these is supported, please report a "V" in line 27 of this document (the column is your country):

If none of these top 5 banks are supported, set a "X" in the right cell. You can also fill in the other lines if you know if banks of your countries support SEPA, OFX, QIF, CSV, ...



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