Automated Bank Reconciliation Solution
Reduce costs, increase throughput and reduce errors with our automation solution for bank reconciliations
Benefits of automating Bank Reconciliations
Reduce time spend on manual process
Reconciling the data between your finance system and your bank statements is a long and laborious process. Using software bots can reduce the time this takes by up to 85%
Reduce employee errors
Manually checking data can lead to costly errors for your business. Our software bots have an accuracy rate of 95% and your team can manually approve or amend the data they extract in the NexBotix platform
Reduce operating costs
Paying for employees to manually reconcile your accounts is an expensive overhead. Software bots can cut out this cost and you can assign your employees to a different type of task that a bot can’t perform.
How does our Bank Reconciliation solution work?
How to get started
Our team are on hand every step of the way to guide you through the process.
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