ACH Universal Pro enables you to create ACH (NACHA) files which can then be transmitted to your bank or financial institution.
Guaranteed to meet NACHA guidelines for International transactions (IAT).
Download your free trial version now, and create IAT-ACH International transactions today.
Easy to use. Enter data manually - with (or without) profiles:
... or import data 'On-the-Fly' from Excel or a comma delimited (csv) file format - just like any other transaction for ACH Universal.
This enables batch processing of IAT-ACH International transactions from web servers and other third party databases. For more information on 'On-the-Fly' importing.
Create ACH/NACHA files with IAT-International transactions
Whether you are domestic or foreign, creating inbound or outbound entries - or whether you are a corporate entity, bank or governmental agency - ACH Universal can help you easily create IAT transactions for International commerce.
Every industry has their jargon - and with up to 12 rows of addenda records - this format can be daunting for the novice - or even the most experienced AAP (Accredited ACH Professional).
We simplify and make IAT transaction entry quick and easy.
ACH Universal is unique
No other software package enables you to easily enter IAT International data in three ways:
manually enter records
manually enter records with profiles for both originator and receiver
Excel import - even copy and paste - batch transactions from other databases with our 'On-the-Fly' import process. No prior setup required for profiles.
Testing IAT-International ACH file with your bank
With ACH Universal, you can fully test and pre-certify your ACH files with your bank or financial institution.
Download and install our free full working trial version - no cost or obligation.
Create an ACH file with IAT transactions and transmit this to your bank or financial institution.
When accepted, license online knowing that your files are compatible with the ACH network.
Why is IAT-International ACH/NACHA so important?
On September 18, 2009, the Automated Clearing House network stopped processing CBR/PBR (Cross Border Payments) and is now only accepting IAT transactions for International payments.
The new IAT format contains enough information to comply with programs administered by the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC), and with the Bank Secrecy Act's 'Travel Rule'. Please note that ACH Universal provides for both Gateway and Secondary OFAC screening indicators, ACH Universal and Treasury Software does not screen the OFAC SDN list.
Download a full working free trial version to certify with your bank, or
License ACH Universal Advanced, or
Contact us for a one-on-one online demo