Kathy;
There is a company, Cash Book(http://www.cashbook.com/bpcs.html), in Ireland that has a product that already does what you are looking for. Depending on where you would consider doing the development, the total time to implementation may be much less by licensing the software. We are in 6.1 and due to budget restrictions have not gone ahead with the solution but it was evaluated and dimmed to address our requirements. There are other functionalities which may be of interest to you although you can license by module. The other two we are considering are electronic vendor payments with email notification and bank reconciliation.
I hope this is helpful.
Best regards, Jose J. TorresDirector of ITGeneral Cable Rest of World Division

Date: Tue, 20 Apr 2010 18:48:30 -0500
From: kas1001@xxxxxxxxxxx
To: bpcs-l@xxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [BPCS-L] Automating BPCS cash posting

Hi All!


Currently, we receive an electronic lockbox file from our bank (BOA). We
use this to manually key the invoices into the BPCS A/R application. We
are ready for the next step in automation and wish to directly import the
data into BPCS. We are on BPCS version 6.4.

I am seeking advice on how you may have programmed this in-house, for
example did you start from scratch or did you take the existing program
and "pre-load" the subfiles? I would ike to hear your opinion as to the
scope (for example it took 'x' man hours and you have 'x' years of
maintenance programming in BPCS), and any war stories you would like to
share. Do you have any recommendations for a third-party application that
posts cash from an electonic bank file? I am getting ready to embark on
this project and have a few ideas on how to do this but I would like to
bounce ideas around and narrow it down.

Thank you in advance for your advice.
Respectfully,
Kathy Steigerwalt
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