eScan charges are generated from receipts or vouchers imported via the Visma Scanner mobile application, eScan email import or eTasku. Charging is transaction-specific (see our price list for the current price), unless the user importing the invoice is using the Travel and Expense Invoices service. In this case, the charge is included in the monthly invoice for travel and expense invoices. Please note that if the Travel & Expense Invoices service is activated in the middle of the month, eScan transactions made before then will still be charged on a transaction basis.
The eScan transactions made can be viewed in the Netvisor Extensions - eScan data processing view.
The debit of a payment transaction consists of payments sent to the bank, i.e. payments of purchase invoices and credit transfers. Payments do not include the payment of wages and salaries, where the product is recurring payments. Foreign payments constitute a separate debit.
Matka- ja kululaskut (Travel and Expense)
A per-user charge for the Travel and Expense invoices service is incurred if the service has been activated in the Store, and also ticked for the employee. In addition, the employee must have used the service during the month to be invoiced. The service is therefore not charged automatically.
A transaction is created when a new transaction line is created for a travel bill, i.e. the creation of a travel bill header is not yet charged. When lines are added to a travel bill, for example in June and July, a charge is created for both months. There is no charge for editing an existing travel invoice line. There is no charge for acknowledging, approving or paying a travel bill.
If a section is activated in the middle of the month, a transaction fee and a travel and expense bill service charge for the whole month will be charged for receipts imported via eScan up to the date of activation.
If you wish, you can find out which users have been charged on the invoice:
Payroll --> Payroll List --> Show Columns --> Access --> Travel --> Update View --> you can see in the Travel column who has the service and who does not.
Who has submitted a travel invoice and search for paid travel invoices:
Travel --> Open travel and expense bills --> Advanced search --> Put the desired date field --> Put a tick in the "Show paid" field, leave the "Search word" and "Employee" fields blank --> Search
The charges for the Pdf eLetter printing service include, for example, sent sales invoices, supplier letters and payroll invoices.
PDF eKirje, lisäsivu (Additional page of a Pdf-eLetter)
A charge for an additional page of a Pdf letter is generated when there is more than one page sent. Additional pages are therefore charged separately.
Palkanlaskentapalvelu (Payroll service)
The charging basis for the payroll service is user-specific, i.e. the charge is added to the invoice if the service is enabled for the employee. The mere activation of the Payroll section in the Netvisor Store does not result in a charge. If the services are enabled, a payroll debit will be added to the invoice even if no payroll has been generated. It is therefore advisable to turn off the services for those persons who do not need to calculate payroll.
You can view the payroll being turned on if you have P rights or all payroll rights per function. To view the status of the services in the payroll list, select the columns for access rights and then select "Salaries". Please also check for employees who do not have a valid employment contract. If such employees have a service on, they will also be charged. These will be displayed in the list of employees under the button "Show in list".
Saldohaku (Balance search)
A balance search is charged when a customer requests a balance for a bank account in Netvisor using the "Update balance" function.
SMS debits can consist of an SMS sent with an electronic signature, a confirmation of a working time link sent by SMS (sending a single security link and a separate "send SMS" function), or authentication SMS messages for purchase invoice reminder messages.
Tiliote (Account statement)
An account statement is created when a bank sends a statement to Netvisor in accordance with a payment transaction agreement. Bank statements can be found in Netvisor under the Financial Management section.
Toistuvaissuoritus (Recurring Payment)
When salaries are paid from Netvisor, these transactions appear on the invoice as "Recurring Payment". A recurring payment differs from a regular payment in that when a payment is made through the Payroll section as a recurring payment, the payments are sent to the bank on a timed basis, i.e. they are received in the employee's account on the Payroll Payment Date defined in the material. Payments made through the other sections are sent to the bank as bank transfers, i.e. they are received 1-3 banking days after the Due Date.
Transaktiopohjaiset osto- ja myyntilaskut (Transaction-based purchase and sales invoices)
Transaction-based sales and purchase invoices are debited to the invoice at the point when a voucher is created for the invoice. Therefore, the figure may differ depending on the dates on which the purchase invoices appear in the purchase invoice list or voucher list. For purchase invoices, a receipt is created when the invoice is verified and accounted for. For sales invoices, the receipt is created at the moment the invoice is sent.
In the Basic package, sales and purchase invoices always generate both a transaction-based charge and an additional charge based on the receiving or sending channel. In the other packages, only the receipt or dispatch channel debits are included.
Verkkolaskun vastaanotto (Receiving an e-invoice)
An e-invoice receipt charge is created for an invoice when e-invoices are received by the company's Netvisor during the invoicing period.
Viitesuoritus (Reference payment)
When a bank sends machine-readable reference payments to Netvisor, this creates a transaction debit. The debits for the reference transfers therefore consist of the reference transfer transactions that appear in the bank account.
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