To maximize accuracy in your daily financial operations, it is necessary that the finance team conducts the reconciliation process. They need to match the transactions recorded in both reports and verify if the payments have been received properly. To carry out this process quickly and to save your finance team the effort you can automate reconciliation with Cointab.
It is the identification and resolution of errors after the reconciliation process is completed. This arises when you notice some errors like payment mismatch or amounts pending that are shown for payments that were already completed. A reconciliation software needs to have this feature so that you can make changes and manage the expectations for the generated reconciliation result. It helps you ensure the accuracy of the results itself and the final analysis carried out later.
Expectation management is thus an important feature to have in reconciliation software. Without this feature, resolving issues would be difficult and all other tasks would get delayed. The reconciliation result itself would be incorrect leading to many misunderstandings and customer complaints. To get accurate reconciliation with complete data it is important to choose a reconciliation software that offers the feature where you can manually add exceptions wherever inaccurate data is recorded.
For these reasons, a reconciliation software needs to have a robust exception management feature to ensure the accuracy and completeness of the reconciliation process and to minimize the potential for errors and financial loss.
Our software provides a way for you to add expectations wherever necessary and resolve your inaccuracies on the spot. Thus you can ensure that reconciliation results are fully accurate so that you do not make any unnecessary losses and are able to attend to customer complaints much quicker. You can also manually close exceptions and maintain an audit trail for expectations added, this helps keep a track of the changes so that you check it in case of any issues. So, over time the potential for errors reduces ensuring that the financial reconciliation process is carried out smoothly.