The Banking Service team have created a set of Demo Banks which can be used within all environments. These provide the ability to self-serve the automatic generation of test transactions for any bank accounts created against these demo banks.
Sage demo banks are supported in the following countries:
- Great Britain
- South Africa
- United States
For each supported country there are 4 demo banks:
This represents where Sage do not have a direct relationship with the customer’s Bank and we connect via third parties, such as Yodlee or Plaid.
Direct – form-based authorisation
This represents where the customer prints a form to be signed and sent to their Bank to authorise Sage to receive their data.
Direct - web authorisation
This represents where the customer is redirected to their bank’s website to sign in with their online banking credentials to authorise Sage to receive their data.
Direct - direct authorisation
This represents where the customer is provided instructions on how to authorise with Sage to recieve the data directly through online or mobile banking.
For desktop products that on-board to Banking Service using the common component, there will be a difference in functionality between the Banking Service QA and pre-production environments compared to production.
Any product that does not yet support indirect banks will only be able to access the direct banks within the QA and pre-production environments, and will not be able to utilise any of the functionality of Sage demo banks within the production environment.