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Re: Odoo 9 Accounting: We support your bankby
Open For Small Business Ltd, Graeme Gellatly
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 <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
When did 'China Airlines (China)' become a bank?
Michaelon 2015/9/29 4:04, Fabien Pinckaers wrote:<blockquote cite="mid:CANRftauKv+tX4GxmMYv21dxoG702M9RbOjGc0oUhZgNcWAmxWA@mail.gmail.com" type="cite">
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): https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1tnUwiweunpjBdDkzTx2XqfE8Usv9MZPH_C20WRVoyvY/edit?usp=sharing
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, ...