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Jiwa Creditors - ABA File & Emailing Creditor Remittance (Jiwa6)

This article will take you through the process of creating an ABA file and then emailing remittances to your suppliers.

 

Create a new EFT payment batch

 

1. From the Jiwa menu select Creditors > Payments > Cheque Payments

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2. Select the New icon to create a new Creditors Payment Batch

3. Enter in the ranges you want to use to filter out the creditors to be paid then click on the Select button

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4. Make changes to the suppliers to be paid and payment amounts as required.  The Save your batch by selecting the save icon.

5. Activate your payment batch by selecting Record > Activate

 

 

Creating your ABA file

 

Once your payment batch has been activated you can create your ABA file

1. Select Record > Make ABA file

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2. The following pop will appear advising you of where the ABA file has been saved to

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3. Upload your ABA file into your banking software

 

 

Emailing Creditor Remittances

 

Once you have uploaded and successfully processed your ABA file you can now email your creditor remittances.

1. Select Record > Email Remittances Jiwa will then proceed to email your creditor remittances

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2. Once all remittances have been emailed the following message will appear

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3. Select OK 

 

Example of email remittance

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