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Integrated payment solutions with Sage

Take control of your business' finances with simple integrated payment management and banking solutions. Accept payments, automate bank feeds, and save time to focus on your business.

Integrating online payment management solutions

Sage software puts financial data at your fingertips. Get paid, manage your finances and pay others with ease.

Accept online and card payments

Sage customers can take payments online and accept invoice payments with ease. Watch as your payments are securely processed and received in real time, keeping your accounts accurate and your inventory up to date. Sage solutions are supported by a selection of providers enabling payments by card and direct debit such as GoCardless, Stripe and PayPal.

Connect your bank feeds

Save time, improve your data accuracy and import historical data by connecting your bank. Create an automated bank feed to capture, categorise and reconcile transactions.

Sage payment features

Learn how Sage software can meet your needs, no matter your business size.

Connect to your bank

Save time by connecting to your bank with automatic reconciliation

Accept payments

Get paid faster and provide customers with flexible payment options

Bank reconciliation 

Skip the manual work and keep track of your cashflow effortlessly

Get paid quickly

Create invoices with a Pay Now button so customers can pay bills with ease

Sage Integrated Payment Solutions

You can upgrade or cancel at any time. No long-term contracts, commitments or hidden fees.



Online accounting software, accessible on any device from anywhere. Perfect for sole traders and small businesses.

  • Create and send sales invoices
  • Track what you're owed
  • Automatic bank reconciliation
  • Calculate and submit VAT
  • Easy to set up and use
Learn more about Sage Accounting


A simple desktop accounting solution with invoicing and cash flow management.

  • Manage cash flow, income, and expenses
  • Manage multiple companies, departments and budgets
  • Create professional, personalised invoices and quotes
  • Set up invoices to recur
  • Connect to your bank
  • Calculate and create VAT returns
Learn more about Sage 50


A straightforward finance and business management solution, perfect for cloud, desktop or hybrid working.

  • Take control with core financial and stock management functions
  • Manage your business on the move through the cloud
  • Build and access powerful data insights on the go
  • Set up recurring invoices
  • Save time, simplify, and automate with bank feeds
Learn more about Sage 200

Benefits of using payment management solutions

  • Get your time back
  • Manage your cash flow
  • Streamline reconciliation
  • Take control of your finances
  • Get paid faster with ease
  • Increase your productivity

Integrated payment solution reviews

Instead of spending a few hours on the computer doing paperwork, you're talking to customers.

Luke Owen
Sole Trader, Luke Owen Rural Services

Integrated payment solution FAQs

An integrated payment solution offers an automated, in-software solution meaning users can reconcile their transaction data with ease and avoid manual data entry.

 It’s fast and easy to connect your bank feed, and it will help you save time and stay secure.

  1. Sign into your Sage software
  2. Select the option to connect your bank account to a data feed
  3. Select your bank from the list and enter your account details
  4. Provide authorisation to let your bank know you're happy to send data to Sage
  5. Activate your feed and watch your bank transactions flow into your accounts
  6. Set up custom rules to categorise your transactions
  7. Start reconciliation and watch as new transactions are automatically categorised and allocated


 Bank reconciliation is the process of comparing your business's financial records with transactions on business bank statements to make sure they match. 

It helps you: 

  • Save time with an automated process
  • Control cash with a secure view of all of your transactions in one place
  • Improve accuracy
Create a customised invoice within Sage and email it directly to your customer. Your customer can pay it online immediately through PayPal, debit or credit card, or direct debit. Once your invoice is paid, the payment is automatically reconciled to your accounts.

Once you have connected to Invoice Payments within your Sage software, it takes less than five minutes to get set up with PayPal, Stripe or GoCardless.

Simply sign in through your Sage software to link your account, or create a new account to get started.

Once you've linked your account, you can get paid quickly and easily with the Pay Now button on invoice templates in your software. You can also add the button to customised invoices for a more personalised experience.

GoCardless can also provide your customers with a direct debit option in minutes, allowing you to collect payments as soon as they are due.

Get practical integrated payment advice

Find out how online payment management solutions can benefit your business.

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