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Consolidated Payables

Automation and integration that drives efficiency in your accounts payable processing

As you look to gain efficiencies and cut costs by migrating to more electronic payments, look to U.S. Bank Consolidated Payables for maximum results.  With consolidated payable processing, you can send U.S. Bank a single electronic file combining instructions for up to four different payment types:

  • Checks
  • Wire transfers (domestic and foreign currency)
  • Automated Clearing House (ACH)
  • Cardless payment accounts

Consolidated Payables delivers savings and control

  • Save money by eliminating multiple payment processes, systems and files.
  • Improve efficiency by using U.S. Bank to initiate all your payments or disbursements.
  • Enhance control and cash flow by choosing how and when payments are disbursed.
  • Improve vendor relationships by ensuring on-time payments.

Integrate with your SAP® system for even greater efficiency

  • With the SAP Consolidated Payables Link, you can create a single payables file within your SAP system and transmit to U.S. Bank for processing.
  • Eliminates the need to create separate file formats and custom interfaces between your ERP and U.S Bank.

Contact your U.S. Bank Relationship Manager to learn more about putting the power of U.S.  Bank Consolidated Payables to work for you.

U.S. Bank Consolidated Payables Overview

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SAP Consolidated Payables Link Overview

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