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Our 2023 spring changelog

Lina Mechat
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July 2023
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This spring, we expanded our bank coverage to better support our customers throughout continental Europe and the UK and added new key features to our dashboard to give finance, treasury, and payment operations teams more autonomy.

Adding Numeral’s second pan-European integration with HSBC

Following ABN AMRO earlier this year, we’re pleased to announce our second integration enabling customers to access EU and UK payment schemes from a single partner bank.

HSBC customers can now connect their EUR and GBP accounts to Numeral. With this new bank integration, customers can send, receive, and manage SEPA credit transfers, Faster Payments, and Bacs direct credit payments from a unique API and dashboard.

Simplifying workflows for finance, treasury, and payment operations teams

While we aim at automating as many payments and treasury tasks for our customers, payment issues and exceptions requiring manual reviews and actions will always happen. In addition, non-technical teams need to maintain total control and visibility of their payment operations. As a result, we added several new features and capabilities to our dashboard this spring.

Payment orders creation flow

Customers can now create payment orders from the dashboard with the same level of control and security as they would experience from the API.

It enables treasury and payment teams to resolve payment issues, manually manage their treasury, or send exceptional payments without the intervention of engineering teams.

Connected account balances

Finance, treasury, and payment operations teams can now see the balances of their connected accounts in the dashboard.

Enabled with a centralised view of account balances in a single interface, finance, treasury, and payment operations teams can ensure they have sufficient funds on their settlement accounts at all times, assess the distribution of funds across their different partner banks, and ensure customer funds are properly safeguarded.

Return requests and inquiries approval flows

Payment operations teams of SEPA indirect participants can now approve and deny return requests and inquiries directly from the dashboard.

It enables them to resolve these specific payment flows in no time, without the intervention of engineering teams, creating a better experience for their end users.

Find more updates in our 2023 March changelog.

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