BankRec - Getting Started
We just don't develop solutions—we help you get started. Free phone support with our U.S based employees included (90 days
free—additional support available). Also, consult with an on-staff
Kind of like doing your taxes - you need to get your data together.
1. Download Bank data for your current period
Download into any tabular format including Excel and csv (comma
delimited) format. The file will typically include date, amount, description and check
number (if a disbursement account).
2. Export General Ledger data for your current period
Export the bank reconciliation data to Excel, csv (comma delimited)
or any other tabular format. The file will typically include date,
amount, description and check number (if a disbursement account).
3. Import the Bank and G/L Data into Bank Reconciliation
Point and click - or even 'copy and paste' bank reconciliation data
from Excel. The first time you import - simply map the columns using our Import
Note: If you have an Outstanding Check list as of the start of the
current period - import this as G/L data as well.
4. Run the Reconciliation Report
The system will run Automated Transaction Matching (ATM) and
then start the Reconciliation process. Follow the prompts. You can
export the Bank Reconciliation to Excel, Word or PDF format.
Yes. It is that easy to get started.
Still have questions or are unsure? Please call us at 866 226-5732
or contact us online
Interested in automating the process?
Import and match automatically import from comma delimited (csv)
files or Excel
into Bank Reconciliation.