Sterling B2B Integrator - EBICS Client User

Using EBICS Client, a partner or partner user can configure and manage multiple banks, partners, and users. Multiple users can interact with multiple banks (EBICS Banking Servers) over HTTP or HTTPS and exchange EBICS-compliant transaction messages.

The Sterling B2B Integrator EBICS Client is a client server application. It provides an end-to-end EBICS solution for an organization to transact with banks

Partners can perform the following tasks in the EBICS Client dashboard interface:
  • Configure users
  • Configure banks
  • Configure security settings for users
  • Verify security settings of a bank
  • Create and manage file formats
  • Create and manage user permissions
  • Create and manage offers
  • Configure orders
  • Submit orders
  • View order-related events and reports
  • Search for orders pending at the VEU management store in the server
  • View and monitor pending tasks

The Sterling B2B Integrator EBICS Client supports EBICS Specification V2.5 for both French and German implementations.

Electronic Banking Internet Communication Standard (EBICS) is an Internet-based communication and security standard. EBICS is a European banking standard. EBICS is primarily used for remote data transfer, such as corporate payment transactions, between an organization and a bank.

The IBM Installation Manager installs the EBICS Client module automatically if you select the Financial Services Module option either when you install Sterling B2B Integrator or upgrade from a previous version of Sterling B2B Integrator.

You must configure the prerequisites that access Sterling B2B Integrator before using EBICS Client.

You must configure EBICS Client in Sterling B2B Integrator.

A Super admin or an EBICS Client admin can configure bank, user, offer, and file format profiles.

User permissions define the offers, order types, and file formats, an EBICS Client user can process on EBICS Client. User permissions are derived from the offer created for the bank.

A bank enters into a contract with its trading partners. The contract defines the terms and conditions of business transactions agreed upon between the bank and the trading partner.