1. Click > Common Forms> .

  2. Select a vendor account on the tab and then click the button. Select the option to open the form, which you can use to transfer the payment to a vendor.

  3. Enter the vendor bank account for the vendor in the field and the account number assigned to the vendor by the bank in the field.

  4. Click the tab and enter the (Society for Worldwide Inter-bank Financial Telecommunication) for vendors from other countries/regions. If the SWIFT code is not available, you must provide the country/region code for the receiver's bank.

    Note Note

    For the banks that are not a part of the SWIFT, complete steps 5 through 10.

  5. Select the routing number code in the field. The code identifies the type of routing number to use when making international payments.

  6. Enter the routing number for the bank in the field.

  7. Click > > .

  8. Enter the ISO currency/region code for each currency in the ISO-currency code field. It is the code that is used in the file that is sent to the bank. The code consists of three characters.

  9. Click > > > .

  10. Enter the ISO country/region code for the country/region in the field. The code consists of two characters and is used in the file that is sent to the bank. The ISO currency code and the ISO country/region code are used for transactions with the vendors that are in other countries or regions.