Single European Payment Area (SEPA)

What SEPA Really Means

The switch to SEPA requires around 30 consultant days, is affecting margins, and most firms still have no creditor ID. Peter Erbes from SAP Partner Ageto on the new payment system.

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The 7 Biggest Obstacles

SAP partner SPV identifies the various obstacles of implementing SEPA-compatible credit transfer and direct debit systems, and sets out important steps to overcome them.

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SEPA: Last-Minute Stampede expected

Most companies are still biding their time when it comes to the SEPA direct debit scheme. Just seven percent of enterprises in Germany have applied to the German Central Bank to obtain the creditor identifier required to start the project.

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A Guide to SEPA Support Packages

Support packages can help companies adapt their systems to SEPA, the single euro payments area. Erol Bozak, CTO of SAP partner TIS GmbH, gives an overview.

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The Pitfalls of SEPA

On February 1, 2014, companies across Europe will start making payments and transfers under a new banking initiative launched by the EU and EFTA. But the new arrangement is not without its drawbacks.

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SAP Partner News 36/2009

SAP products are hard at work across many areas of industry and the public sector, not least at Werzalit and Delego Software. SAP.info reports on this week’s latest developments at partners and customers.

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Accenture – SAP Payment Platform

To help banks lower the overall cost of payment processing and comply with SEPA regulation, Accenture and SAP announced that SAP Payment Engine, the payment operations platform co-developed by SAP and Accenture, has successfully passed a performance benchmark test.

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