1. Most likely, you'll rule out the Processor edition.
Unless you need CTX/EDI (if you need it, you'd know it) or if you are a 'Third Party Processor', such as a payroll processor - you can rule this edition out.
Ok, now we're looking at Standard vs. Corporate.
Both offer the same core features, such as creating ACH/Nacha files as well as Canadian EFT files.
They both also integrate with QuickBooks and enable you to import from Excel and csv files.
2. Select the Corporate edition if you need:
Advanced ACH/Nacha formats, such as addenda records or Standard Entry Class Codes such as ARC, BOC, IAT, POP, RCK, TEL, TXP/CCD or WEB (again, if you needed these, you'd know it).
3. Select the Standard edition if you're here.
Worried that you're not sure which edition you need? You can upgrade (or downgrade) a subscription at any time.
If you need to change your edition level, there is no additional software to install. Simply enter your new license codes in - all your work remains as it was.
While we noted the main differences above, for a complete list see the Edition Comparison Chart.
Please note that additional features are available on our Enterprise Platform.
For help on selecting a platform, see Selecting a Platform
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