[2022-11-10] We are now enabling customers to skip the payment order approval flow, by setting the parameter
true when creating a payment order. Payment order gets created in status
approved and an event
auto_approved is created.
[2022-10-28] We now support instant credit transfer for SEPA indirect participants, starting with BPCE Payments. In addition to enabling SEPA indirect participants to send and receive SEPA instant credit transfers, we now enable indirect participants to process instant payment’s R-operations and inquiries.
[2022-09-28] We are now enabling customers to activate one of Numeral default engines or configure their own reconciliation rules to fit their most sophisticated reconciliation use cases.
[2022-08-30] We are now supporting counterparties and counterparty accounts. Customers can now create counterparties and counterparty accounts in Numeral and use their
counterparty_account_id to create payments.
[2022-08-25] We are now supporting SEPA direct debit, starting with BNP Paribas and Société Générale. Customers can send SEPA direct debits by setting the parameter
debit and specifying the
direct_debit_mandate parameters when creating a payment order.
[2022-07-15] We are now supporting SEPA instant payments, starting with Société Générale. Customers can send SEPA instant payments by setting the parameter
sepa_instant when creating a payment order.
[2022-07-07] We are now supporting automated reconciliations, starting with SEPA indirect participant payment flows. Numeral automatically reconciles SEPA credit transfers and returns with corresponding settlement transactions.
[2022-06-08] We are now supporting BPCE Payments for SEPA indirect participant customers. Customers can send and receive SEPA credit transfers as well as process returns, return requests, and inquiries, using BPCE Payments as their SEPA sponsor bank.
[2022-05-16] We are now enabling manual reconciliation of payments and transactions. Customers can reconcile payment orders and expected payments with transactions.
[2022-05-16] We have just launched expected payments, which are payments that are not initiated through Numeral, but that customers nonetheless want to track and reconcile with transactions.