A wire transfer is method of electronic funds transfer from one entity to another. The sender is required to provide information about the bank or institution receiving the funds. While a wire transfer requires you to pay a fee, the funds can be moved within a day. Wire transfers can offer a reliable alternative to writing checks or sending money orders.
ACH allows for the use of Automated Clearing House (ACH) for payments. ACH is an electronic network for financial transactions in the United States. ACH processes large volumes of credit and debit transactions in batches. ACH credit transfers include direct deposit and vendor payments. OGpro creates the ACH file that is transmitted to the bank, and sends notification to the recipient of the payment.
Oildex’s CDEX exchange (CDEX) is the standardized electronic method of delivering oil and gas revenue detail. OGpro creates, sends, and receives revenue detail through Oildex’s secure network.
Purchaser Check Import (PCX) of OGpro allows for the creation of import files to upload oil and gas revenue detail.
JIBLink is the standardized electronic method of delivering JIB detail. In conjunction with OGpro, JIB detail can be sent or received.
Account Payable Invoice Import (APX) allows for the creation and upload of AP invoices and their detail to the OGpro system.