Direct Deposit – Banking Made Easy

Axon provides a fully-integrated trucking accounting software package that is designed to meet all your business needs. Axon’s software helps your dispatcher to set up trips and orders, but it also helps your accountant to reconcile the bank statement and generate direct deposit files.

Multiple Bank Accounts

You can set up multiple bank accounts. You may have one account for your savings and another for your day-to-day expenses. Or you may have both American and Canadian bank accounts. It’s your choice.

Default Bank Accounts

You can select a bank account to be your standard choice when writing a check or depositing a payment. This information will then fill in automatically on the Receivables >> Payments and Credits screen or the Payables >> Checks screen.

You can select one default bank account for each currency your company uses.

The Bank rec. is great! Before, this used to take our accountnat two days to do; now I am done in 45 minutes – Rachelle Oosterhuis, All Points Freight Inc.

Direct Deposit

Pay your bills – or pay your employees – using direct deposit. It’s efficient, saving you both time and money as you no longer have to print checks or send them in the mail.

Axon software manages direct deposit payments for Accounts Payable, Payroll, and Owner Operator pay. The software is designed to handle direct deposits through a variety of banks and we are constantly adding new interfaces.

Axon supports US direct deposits through ACH (national Automated Clearing House).

Save yourself the time and bother of printing and mailing a check — use direct deposit instead.

The Direct Deposit option helps you to pay business partners or employees by direct deposit. Printed check stubs fit neatly into window envelopes ready to be mailed to your suppliers or employees.

Contact your Axon sales representative at 1-800-567-8385 if you would like to add the Direct Deposit feature to your system.

Bank Reconciliation

The Bank Reconciliation screen makes it easy for you to enter miscellaneous transactions (e.g. service fees and interest) and to check off cleared checks, deposits, factoring transactions, and journal entries.