Gibt es jemanden der ebenfalls Interesse an einer Integration des EBICS Standard hat?
Mit EBICS können unter anderem Kontoauszüge (CAMT.053), Überweisungen (PAIN.001) und SEPA Lastschriften (PAIN.008) ausgetauscht werden.
Die Daten der Kontoauszüge könnten mit dem Bank Reconciliation Tool eine Synchronisation in ERPNext ermöglichen.
Darüber hinaus könnte eine Verwaltung von SEPA Lastschriften Mandaten ermöglicht werde und eine Integration mit den Subscription könnte die Mandate für den Einzug nutzen.
I’m from France, and I wonder the same things (or may be, I don’t read german).
But SEPA xml file for payment or withdraw can be an interesing feature in ERPNext for European Users.
If there is some income on the subject could we continu in English ?
Hi, I believe ERPNextSwiss supports import + export of files in these formats. However, as far as I know, it’s not available as a standalone app right now and focuses on the quirks of Swiss banks.
As far I know, EBICS manage the communication with the german bank network. SEPA standard is working at many countries in Europe, and refeers to file structure itself. As @rmeyer wrote above, there are some forks that manage it (at least for main processes as payments, etc … ), but not as separated app.
Technically, what I mentioned is an app, not a fork. I only wanted to point out that it comes bundled with Switzerland-specific customisations.
I’ve found https://dokos.io/ … it’s a fork from Erpnext with France localization features, SEPA included.
We are planning to start with some Spanish specific customizations, based on custom app approach in v14.
May the Force be with us We will need help and inspiration.
Yes it’s a hard fork of Frappe and ERPNext, I don’t know if it will be a tricky job to backport Dockos SEPA implementation or not.
I’ll check it when time available
@FHenry EBICS is as @avc mentioned for the communication between business and bank. For the data itself the SEPA Formats (pain.001, pain.004, camt.053 …) are used.
EBICS itself was developed by the german banks but also banks from other nations joined. I know that also Austrian Banks support EBICS and from what I read on Wikipedia it seems to be available in France too?
On 14 November 2008, a cooperation with the French “Comité Français d’Organisation et de Normalisation Bancaire” (CFONB - standardisation office in the banking sector of France) was pronounced such that EBICS would be adopted for usage in France. On 5 May 2009, a joint committee was created to resolve a modified EBICS. On 12 February 2010, a common EBICS for Germany and France was published.
Most changes on the common EBICS involved to embed the French ETEBAC-3 message types and ETEBAC-5 signature elements into the EBICS transmission format. Previously ETEBAC was transported via X.25 packet network lines (in Germany the BCS-FTAM protocol used ISDN direct lines). French Telecom closed its X.25 network in November 2011.