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How to mass import unpaid bills to your RBC PayEdge account?

Learn how to mass import unpaid bills in RBC PayEdge and compare its usability with Finofo's streamlined process.

In this article, we'll explore how to mass import unpaid bills using RBC PayEdge. Existing guides on this topic may lack clarity, so we aim to provide a clear and concise guide.

Importing Unpaid Bills in RBC PayEdge

Please log in to your RBC PayEdge account. On your dashboard, there is an option for 'Payments & Transfers' on the top bar. From the dropdown list, select 'Mass Import'.

The next page is your Import Payment Order where you can upload the list of payables in CSV, XLS, or XLSX format. Once the upload is done, RBC PayEdge will capture the information and prepare for field mapping:

After the upload is processed, the received data looks cluttered and includes unnecessary fields, making it difficult for users to manage. The usability is poor with RBC PayEdge, and importing hundreds of bills will be even more challenging. The data received is so clunky that users will need to spend additional time cleaning it up, apart from dealing with the outdated software.

Here is an example of a single bill uploaded on PayEdge:

How does bill import work with Finofo? 

In contrast, Finofo offers a seamless process for importing bills. The same feature in Finofo works smoothly, making it easier for users to add bills to the platform. Even a larger set of data is shown with example values from the uploaded CSV file, enhancing usability.

The interface is clean and clear, making the mapping easier for users to add the relevant fields. Once this is done, bills are imported in batches to Finofo efficiently.

Now that you've seen the difference between the two platforms, do you think it's worth paying for a subpar product like PayEdge?

Open your free account with Finofo today and streamline your bill payments!