Integrations

Integrate Bank of the West with Netsuite APIs

Modern Treasury's powerful and easy to use API is the best way to integrate Bank of the West with Netsuite's APIs into your application.

Do more with your bank

Do more with your bank's API

Do more with your accounting software

Our API connects directly to your ledger(s) allowing custom workflows and automation for the entire cycle of money movement. Payment initiations, approvals, reconciliation, alerting and more are accessible through our web application or API and data is synced automatically to your general ledger.

Our API connects directly to your bank(s) and ledger(s) allowing custom workflows and automation for the entire cycle of money movement. Payment initiations, approvals, reconciliation, alerting and more are accessible through the web application or API and data is synced automatically to your general ledger.

Our API connects directly to your bank(s) allowing custom workflows and automation for the entire cycle of money movement. Payment initiations, approvals, reconciliation, alerting and more are accessible through our web application or API.

Supports all Bank of the West & Quickbooks APIs and endpoints
Move money with RTP, ACH, Wire, Check, and Virtual Card

Move money with RTP, ACH, Wire, Check, and Virtual Card

Auto-book RTP, ACH, wire, and paper check transactions

Future proof your application with a single banking API

Bank of the West with Netsuite API Developer Portal

Modern Treasury is the accounting API experience you’ve always wanted.

Implement our RESTful API with just a few lines of code and refine your integrations in a complete test environment with API logs, webhooks, events, customizable API keys and more.

Streamline reconciliation, closing the books, transaction matching, fee splitting, balancing accounts, data entry, and more. We have it all covered.

Implement our RESTful API with just a few lines of code and refine your integrations in a complete test environment with API logs, webhooks, events, customizable API keys and more.

You don’t have to worry about NACHA files, BAI2, ISO20022, batch timings, or building to a bank core. We have it all covered.

Implement our RESTful API with just a few lines of code and refine your integrations in a complete test environment with API logs, webhooks, events, customizable API keys and more.

You don’t have to worry about NACHA files, BAI2, ISO20022, batch timings, or building to a bank core. We have it all covered.

Streamline reconciliation, closing the books, transaction matching, fee splitting, balancing accounts, data entry, and more. We have it all covered.

API Catalog

In addition to providing a robust set of tools for money movement, we support all of Bank of the West's & Netsuite's APIs.
Bank of the West & Netsuite APIs
Modern Treasury API
Account Aggregation
Account Details
Account and Transaction Information
Transaction
Account Balance
Balances
Account Statements
Statements
Account Validation Services
Account Details
ACH File and Batch Status
ACH Payments
ACH Payments
ACH Payments
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Bank Integrations

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Bank of the West with Netsuite
with our partner banks

Ledger Integrations

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Bank of the West with Netsuite
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Ledger APIs Supported

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