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It is commonly estimated that around 50% to 60% of a company’s accounts do not change every month. Some may only change on a quarterly, semi-annual or annual basis. There is huge potential in account reconciliation automation. Aico is a software solution that provides an account reconciliation automation functionality, which systematically analyses all the accounts in your ERP system and automatically reconciles them when there is no activity.

This webinar explains and demonstrates powerful account reconciliation automation features of Aico. Aico Account Reconciliation solution supports a variety of automation rules that can drive both efficiency and control over the process such as:

  • Closing balance analysis. The simplest of rules – is often used for accounts that are rarely used and the balance can be set either to zero or low tolerance.
  • Unreconciled balance analysis. As a user completes the reconciliation in a prior period, all comments and supporting evidence can be pulled forward into the new period, vastly reducing the amount of additional work that needs to be performed. If nothing has changed since the prior period, the account will be auto-reconciled.
  • Transaction/line item analysis. Used specifically for accounts that are reconciled at the transaction level as opposed to the balance, a variety of rules can look at either the number, value or age of line items within an account and where these exceed predefined values set by your organisation, the account will not be auto reconciled.
  • Period automation definition. Rules to support where automation is accepted, but force manual reconciliation by a person in specific periods, such as year-end.

Webinar presenter:

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Clive Jefferies, Product Owner at Aico

Clive is an experienced Product owner responsible for creating and the ongoing functional design of the Aico financial close automation suite used by many large European headquartered companies such as Essity, AkzoNobel, ASML, JDE, Signify and Lonza.


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