Manually Process a Banking Payment Using Texada Pay in the U.S.

Describes how to manually process a bank account payment using Texada Pay in the United States.


How to


SRM Counter and Bookkeeper


SRM, Texada Pay


Manually process a banking payment if your customer prefers to pay using Texada Pay via direct withdrawal from a bank account over the phone. 

If the customer allows it, you can capture their bank account information and store it in SRM as an on-file bank account. This is useful if you have a new customer that anticipates they will do further business with you and wants the convenience of automatic payments. 

If your customer opts to add their banking information on-file, follow the directions in: “Add a Bank Account On-File for Use With Texada Pay in the U.S.”.

Note: You can use this bank account with any part of SRM involving customer payments, except Accounts Receivable Customer Payments (AR03)

Before You Begin

Required: valid bank account number, valid bank routing number, valid SRM account and access permissions, Texada Pay is set up for bank accounts/EFT payments, existing Type M payment method


To manually make a payment using a bank account over the phone with Texada Pay, do the following:

  1. On the SRM Navigation page, navigate to anywhere you can process a debit payment using Texada Pay, such as a contract
  2. Add any relevant information to the form
  3. Use the Deposit/Payment Method dropdown to select a Type M Payment
    Note: See “Set Up Payment Methods in Texada Pay for more information on the different types of payment and how to set them up
  4. Type the amount to be paid using this method in the Amount Of Payment field
  5. Click Accept
    The Texada Pay - Select Card Type pop-up opens
  6. Click Electronic Check
    The Electronic Check/ACH Information pop-up opens
  7. Use the Condition dropdown to do one of the following:
    1. Select 50 if the payment is a PPD, or prearranged payment
    2. Select 51 If the payment is a phone ACH payment
    3. Select 52 if the payment is an online, or ecommerce ACH payment
    4. Select 53 if the payment is a CCD or corporate credit/debit payment
    5. Select 54 if the payment is a BOC or back office conversion payment
  8. Click OK
    The OpenEdge Payments LLC Order Information page opens in a new tab in your web browser
  9. Type the customer’s bank routing number in the Routing Number field
  10. Type the customer’s  bank account number in the Account Number field
    Note: All other fields on this page are optional
  11. Click Make Payment
    The payment is processed
    The Transaction Result page opens
  12. Return to the SRM tab in your web browser
  13. Click Accept
  14. Click Accept
  15. Click Accept

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