Automatic Bank Reconciliation for Dynamics NAV is a fully integrated solution that uses a simple and efficient workflow; but still offers flexibility for your unique business requirements.
Bank Statement files are downloaded from your online banking software and uploaded directly into Dynamics NAV. As they are uploaded the system matches the entries against open bank entries according to predefined matching rules.
Any unmatched lines are added to the end of the statement and marked for attention. The user can also update the bank reconciliation manually, suggest new lines to be matched, and rerun the matching process.
- Reduced Administration Costs and Accurate and Compliant Accounting Records
Bank Reconciliations are performed efficiently and accurately. Bank Statements are uploaded directly into Dynamics NAV and matched based on predefined system rules.
Predefined matching criteria are loaded for all major Australian Banks. This means the system automatically matches the downloaded bank statement entries against the open entries in the Dynamics NAV financial system.
- Checking and Audit History
To assist with checking and compliance, the system shows an indicator of which matching rule was applied to each matched bank entry. Also recorded are the matching date, time, Bank Statement number and line.
- All Banks Supported
Complies with all Australian Banking Authority guidelines and can support the upload of bank statements from any online banking software.
- Simple and Familiar To Users
Processing is performed within the familiar environment of Dynamics NAV so there is little additional training required for users.
- Flexible Design
Using the Microsoft technology platform including Dynamics NAV, Word and Excel means that specific business rules can be quickly incorporated into Automatic Bank Reconciliation for Dynamics NAV to align with your corporate policies and procedures.
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