Table of Contents1. Create your Yodlee account2. Link bank accounts with Yodlee3. Login to your online banking4. Test bank feed settings5. Link bank accounts to bank feed accounts
1. Manually import bank transactions
Before linking your bank account to Yodlee, complete a manual import of transactions up to the most recent close of business.
2. Create your Yodlee account
Go to Settings > Bank Feed Settings (in the Integration settings section) and then select Edit. Choose Yodlee as the Bank Feed Provider in the dropdown menu. Then select Save.
The 'Allow Manual Bank Statement Import' option is not required at this time. This allows importing bank statements if needed.
3. Link bank accounts with Yodlee
Select Link Bank Accounts with Yodlee in the taskbar.
This will take you to Fastlink, where you can select your bank. Take care to select the correct option, and choose business or non-business banks as required.
4. Login to your online banking
Depending on your bank, you will be offered to select or deselect bank accounts to link to Infusion. Select a bank account. Fastlink will take you to a login page which will look similar to your normal online banking page. Enter the details and any Multi Factor Authentication required, and then submit.
You will be returned to Infusion if this is successful. If you are not returned to Infusion, please contact email@example.com.
5. Test Bank Feed settings
On the Bank Feeds Settings page, you will now see the Test Settings button in the taskbar. Select this button to ensure that the bank feed has been set up correctly.
If the test passes, you will see a message confirming this.
If the test does not pass, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
6. Link Bank accounts to Bank Feed accounts
Go to Settings > Bank Feed Accounts (in the Integration settings section). You will see the available bank accounts that are linked to Yodlee. No financial data is available until it is linked to a General Ledger bank account.
Go to Financials. Select the GL Account for the bank account to be linked. Select Edit, and then select a Bank Feed Account from the available linked accounts.
Enter a Bank Feed Start Date.
Return to Settings > Bank Feed Accounts to see the financial data for that bank account.
The transactions will import when you select Refresh Bank Feed.
Currently, refresh times mean that you may not see the transactions until 48 hours after they have been processed. If you do not see transactions after 48 hours, please contact email@example.com.
BNZ Business Bank Feeds
BNZ Business accounts may require daily Multi Factor Authentication to refresh the feed.