With American Express ACH Payment Service, you just select and send payments—that’s it. Intacct automatically tracks and updates your payment status. Automate vendor payments to improve efficiency and security Intacct Vendor Payment Services let you automate your checks or electronic payments to save time, cut costs, and reduce risk. Built on the American Express Global Corporate Payments infrastructure, the services enable you to swap check inventories for one-click payments or fully automate ACH or American Express Corporate Card payments. They are quick to set up and your payment workflow stays the same—minus the drudgery.
Sage Intacct and American Express Vendor Payment Services
Simplicity and control for smarter payment management
Processing payments doesn’t have to be difficult or time-consuming to keep you in control. Local check printing, managing bank ACH files, and ensuring credit card details aren't misused all create tedious busy work and increase risk to your organization. With Sage Intacct Vendor Payment Services, you can write and send checks with just a few clicks, set up ACH once without having to repeat it for all banks, and pay vendors with your American Express Business or Corporate Card without sharing card details. Sage Intacct and American Express automate your payment runs, saving you time and money while also reducing risk.
Fast, self-service setup
There’s no need to change your bank and no need to wait for IT or bank customer service to setup Sage Intacct’s vendor payment services. Just select it on your Sage Intacct subscriptions page. You choose the services you want on the configuration page and set the options for vendors and bank accounts. You’ll know you’re ready to go when you receive a confirmation.
Security Comes First
Built on the American Express Global Commercial Services infrastructure, Vendor Payment Services are secure from the ground up. Account information—transmitted only once, during setup—is secure and encrypted. Worrying about improper card charges is a thing of the past, since the number given to the vendor only works for the transaction you specify.