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SWIFT Code (SAP Business One)

The Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunications.
In the context of international payment transactions, the (globally standardised) SWIFT code enables banks to be identified without having to provide an address or a bank sort code. SWIFT codes are used, mainly for automatic payment transactions.


Two-factor authentication for MariProject

Two-factor authentication for MariProject

Access that has strong security is not only useful for online banking. Applications that allow access to...
SAP Business One 10

SAP Business One 10.0 available to everyone

SAP Business One 10.0 is now released and available for all users. After the successful "early adopter care program" ...
6 reasons why updates improve an ERP system

6 reasons why updates improve an ERP system

Whether you're short on time, expecting an important email, or traumatized by Windows, the truth is...
A/R Invoices

GoBD: Invoicing according to rules

Rules such as the GoBD sometimes make even outgoing invoices a challenge. Accounting software can help...

Why Excel is good, but an ERP is better

Despite the now large and veritable range of ERP solutions, many companies still resort to Excel to evaluate data ...