We'll review the various features available under the Network tab to illustrate how managing Network connections will help with the overall business process.
Keep track of existing connections - any companies using Bill.com that you are already connected with, and those vendors you've invited to receive ePayments via Bill.com. You can also connect with vendors you're already paying by check who may also use Bill.com, using Network Vendor Recommendations, and see how your rate of ePayment adoption compares with Bill.com's top ePayment users.
Payment Network ID (PNI)
Additionally, find any company in our network using their Payment Network ID, which you will need to obtain from them. Once you have their Payment Network ID, connecting is easy!
Setup your Bank Account
If you haven't set up a bank account in Bill.com yet the companies you're connected to won't be able to pay electronically - you'll receive check payments.
If a company you are connected to hasn't set up their bank account yet, it will show "ePayment Pending" on the Customer/Vendor page. Any payments you make to a vendor that hasn't set up their bank account yet will be check payments.
Here you can monitor the invitations you have sent and received, and sort them by status: