Bank Data Delivery
- American Express - available
- Mastercard - available
- Visa - depends on your bank's ability to mask card numbers
Once activated, you will see a credit card profile similar to the sample below, with a unique username and password.
Please Note: Depending on your card type and issuing bank, your card may not be supported.
2. Contact your bank requesting a third-party scheduled data transfer.
- They will provide you with the appropriate request form depending on your banking platform.
- When acquired, please complete the form fields pertaining to your company's information and then relay this form to Tallie Support.
3. Tallie will work with your bank to establish the FTP connection.
- Please allow time for a series of test files to be processed. The Tallie team will notify you upon completion.
4. A successfully established credit card profile will update on a nightly basis.
- The connection will aggregate data from the day it was established moving forward. Please note that we will not receive any retroactive data, as single card aggregations do.
- For subaccount connections, it is unlikely that all card profiles in your account will appear at once. Card profiles will appear in Tallie as new transactions are made.
- All FTP-connected cards will default as Corporate Cards.
- American Express cards will automatically be assigned to the appropriate card holders assuming the names match (cards can be re-assigned as needed). Visa connections will need to be assigned manually.
5. As cards are added to Tallie they will appear with a Setup Card button for you to address. Click Setup Card and the subaccount will become active.
6. You can then pull in transactions through Manual Import. Check the Auto-Import box on the card profile to enable an automatic import of new transactions to the Purchases page.
7. After setting up the card and bringing it into Tallie, you can assign the corporate card out to the user.
8. Finally, map your cards by navigating to Manage Lists -> Corporate Cards. This is needed for exporting corporate card transactions.