Monday, August 26, 2013 - 07:45
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Work on Project60 continues in the limelight. SEPA Direct Debit processing is alive and kicking, and we've just completed a first demo run of CiviBanking integrated with the Belgian bank format (CODA) importer. 261 files containing 1600+ transactions, running through an initial set of matching rules, good for an 80% hit rate ... not bad at all. Considering that the entire matching process takes about 2 minutes to complete, and only 320 transactions need a human intervention, this is promising news !

Since quite a number of customers will be rolling out CiviBanking in Q4, we expect to have a stable v1 ready by the time CiviCRM 4.4 goes GA.

If you are interested -- and why would you not be -- you can come and take a look at CiviBanking during CiviCon London.

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This looks great Paul... nice work!

Hi Paul, will the civibanking module support the new sepa CAMT.053 format? (or: what would be a better place to ask questions on this new great module?)

magnolia61, CiviBanking's architecture allows for multiple different import plugins to be installed. If someone develops the CAMT.053 importer, the answer is yes. Perhaps you can be that someone ?

Hello Paul, I would love to try to configure an importer for the CAMT.053 SEPA XML format. Is there any documentation on the importer JSON config fields available? Kind regards, Richard (your neighbour from the netherlands)