Banking & Check Fraud Protection Imports/Exports




What can I accomplish with this program?

See the Feature Sheet.

With a BASpay Payroll Check Reconciliation Program, you can:

  • Efficiently and consistently prepare payroll checks and advices for transfer to an in-house reconciliation program or to an out-of-house bank or service in the format you specify such as Posi-Pay or Check-Safe
  • Efficiently and consistently accept in-bound batches into the payroll history from your bank containing data on cleared payroll checks
  • Assign paycheck reconciliation to a different person or team than the team that issues those checks, per your organization’s policy
  • Where reconciliation occurs external to the payroll program, you can use a BASpay program to clear payroll checks en masse after the fact (say, monthly or quarterly) to display correctly in the payroll’s earnings history
How does it work?

See our System Diagram.

This is a menu-driven “back-end” program that shows the operator the available batches in the payroll history databases available for assembly. Setup includes control of company, pay group, and check date range and other batch-specific parameters. Optional client-specific logic may also be included in the preparation of batches. An audit report of the assembled batch may be sent to screen, printer, browse, or Excel. Once the assembled batch is approved for either export or import, by reporting, the operator can process the batch.



Are there optional capabilities?

Yes. See the Feature Sheet.

Optional processing is available to consolidate direct deposit advices, if desired, which are automatically cleared in Abra payroll. You can also request enhanced data feeds to banks or services such as “Posi-Pay” or Check-Safe” when necessary. Some clients who operate centralized payrolls for far-flung locations, export their entire check and advice batches to out-of-house services for printing and distribution by various means, including in-store ATM’s, intranets, or remote printing. Optional processing is available to client specification to meet these needs.

What happens if I change my bank, service, or requirements change?

See the Feature Sheet.

BAS programs are designed to be modified cost-effectively. This happens quite often, in our experience. You would coordinate with us, define the new requirements, and update your capabilities. It’s highly likely that you can continue to prepare and audit your batches as before, but output an updated or different form or data feed.

What is the process to get this program, pre-configured for my situation?

We review each order and coordinate with the client representative(s) to be sure what we provide meets the client’s needs before we build and register the program for the situation. Our “Needs Analysis” and methods are designed to make this a smooth process.