We can certainly assist you with getting started. However, we do have some video tutorials that are embedded on the Quick Start page in the software. These videos can also be found at the following URL:
We do encourage our users to watch the videos as they will provide a great overview of how to get started.
Follow these instructions once the software has been downloaded and installed. If you have not yet installed the software, please refer to the link at the bottom of the page.
Step One: (If you are a single-user installing on your Desktop, skip this step.)
If you are sharing a database with two or more people, you will want to use a SQL Express or SQL Server database engine.
If using a SQL Express, please be sure to download the SQL Express engine (or bundle). http://treasurysoftware.com/Support/support2-Installation-SQL-Express.aspx. The SQL Express requires the "Workgroup" version when licensing.
If using a SQL Server, you will need a SQL Admin or DBA to assist during the setup. The SQL Server requires the "Enterprise" version when licensing.
Click on Settings->Migrate to SQL Express, SQL Server... and continue through the wizard.
Step Two: Create a new account to work in rather than using the Sample account [File->New Account->Create an Account... give it a name and continue through the wizard until Finished.]
Step Three: Click on Settings->Enter Bank Express Code... and enter the Code provided by Treasury Software Support. We have a library of over 300 Bank Codes (i.e. formats), but every once in a while it is necessary for us to create a new Code.
To receive a Bank Express Code, please send an email with the documentation the bank provided regarding their positive pay formatting requirements. Once we receive the information, we will provide you with a Bank Express Code which will automatically configure your software to create a file to the bank's specifications.
Step Four: Import the initial data--
The bank will need a list of the outstanding checks that might be submitted. If you have an Outstanding Checks list that can be exported to Excel or CSV format, you will 'Import Transactions' from the main screen and initially map the headers of each column (see sample below). Continue through the import wizard until Finished. To map the columns, simply click on the column and select the appropriate header. If you do not have a list of outstanding checks, you may want to create an Excel or CSV file of the previous 30 days of checks issues and import that information.
If you will be integrating with QuickBooks, you will click the 'QuickBooks Integration' icon in the toolbar and go through the integration wizard. Note: The first time you are integrating with QuickBooks Desktop, you must be logged in with Admin credentials and be in Single-User mode.
If you are a QuickBooks Online user: http://treasurysoftware.com/Help6PosPay/index.html?quickbooks-online-setup_2.htm
All non-QuickBooks users will be importing an Excel or CSV file with the required data. From the main screen, you will click on 'Import Transactions' and continue through the wizard (see below for sample of headers to be mapped).
Note: Disbursement amounts that are shown as positive numbers must be mapped as "Amount Reverse Sign".
Additional information may be found here: http://treasurysoftware.com/Help6PosPay/index.html?getting_started2.htm
If you have not yet installed the software, this link will provide step-by-step instructions:
Please contact us if you require assistance.