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Having your credit card transactions automatically imported directly into Continia Expense Management is the straightforward way to optimize your business. It helps you keep track of all employee expenses and credit cards and is by far the easiest way to get your transactions into Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central. You can either create expenses from imported credit transactions or have created expenses matched with credit card transactions.

Credit Card flow

Your options for importing credit card transactions into Expense Management depend on what credit card(s) you use in your organization. Continia supports all major credit cards, including Mastercard, Visa, and American Express, as well as a several other cards.

In general, Continia supports thousands of scenarios and a multitude of banks worldwide. All you need to do is ask your bank if they are technically capable of sending transactions to your Expense Management.


Importing credit card transactions from your bank, or your credit card provider, usually comes with a fee. You should contact your bank for a pricing list to get a full overview of the costs before setting up import of credit card transactions.

Get a detailed overview of setup requirements for the different credit cards here:

The credit card features are part of the Credit Card Transaction module in Expense Management. This means that you must update your subscription and activate the module before going forward. To activate the credit card module, follow these steps:

  1. Go to Continia Solution Management.

  2. Check if the Credit Card module is enabled.

    Credit car module enabled
  3. If the module isn't activated, select the Expense Management line.

  4. Select Manage > Manage Subscription.

  5. Follow the assisted setup guide, and activate the Credit Card Transaction module.


When activating the Credit Card Transactions module, the billing policy will also be updated.