CBPay is SCTinst ready. Reachability checks are available via webservice.
Straight-through Processing / Monitoring
CBPay is designed to provide the highest possible processing speed and complete automa-tion.
The data transfer (reading in) can take place automatically at a given time.
The data output (route output) may be executed at given times, at predetermined intervals. Likewise, a transmission can take place when a predetermined number of transactions or a total is reached. All internal functions are monitored (e-mail notification).
Clearing Networks and Formats
All relevant clearing networks (TARGET2, HBV, EMZ, EBA, EUROGIRO, ACH) and formats (SEPA SDD, SEPA SCT, SCC, SWIFT, EBA, EBICS, SWIFTNet FileAct, SWIFTNet FIN) are supported.
Standard formats are part of the basic setup. More specific networks and formats are availa-ble on demand.
CBPay offers various embargo check interfaces to embargo systems of several providers. The embargo check is managed in a payment route.
The EU Regulation 1781/2006 is in force on January 1, 2007 and regulates the transmission of information about the client in money transfers.
This EU regulation stipulates that payment service providers must forward details of the prin-cipal at each stage of the payment transaction process. The objective of the measure is to prevent and detect money laundering or terrorist financing.
Failure to comply with these requirements, the banks since 15 December 2007 threatened sanctions.
As part of customizing, CBPay allows you to convert delivered data into proprietary formats before processing into a known format.
For example, you can convert payments that are delivered in CSV format to SEPA files. It is also possible to convert enriched DTA direct debits to SEPA format. For enriched DTA direct debits you have the possibility to deliver DTA C-phrases with up to 100 extension parts.