This is for companies that have a large volume of credit card customer payment transactions. On a daily basis, companies receive a bank statement with 100s of lines and complete a manual customer payment journal after verifying the bank statement lines (i.e. when the customer has successfully paid).
This is a capability that can be extended on the ERP side.
When D365 imports the Bank statement, it would be great to leverage the 'Mark as New' functionality that could allow D365FO to run a rule automatically that maps and recognizes the multiple Trade Receivables main accounts and posts it via the 'Bank Statement' form. This will be in a similar fashion whereby Bank Interests or Fees are currently posted, only difference being the user has the capability of mapping multiple main accounts instead.