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What is AutoReconcile?
AutoReconcile AP Automation – Transforms all invoice information, including header, supplier, line item and totals data, into digital formats ready for automated processing. This ensures that invoices are from valid suppliers, match valid purchase orders (PO’s), and/or receipts, are correctly totalled so you are confident that only valid invoices are processed.

 

Getting started
Registrar your interest by supply all your contact detials in the online form.

 

I’m ready to registrar, but how do I get my user-name and password?
By suppling your contact details, we can provide your username and password.

 

How does matching invoice statements work through AutoReconcile?
We will provide a demo and book a training session.

 

What is involved in the training?
We login via Team Viewer and provide you a live demo, with a Q&A session.

 

How do we save time?
AutoReconcile will convert statements from your system to our system and reconcile with your aged payable files in minutes, nor hours or days.

 

How many statements can I upload?
Unlimited

 

I’m not sure what to do next. Who can help me?
By completing the online support form or by calling 07 3376 9474

 

What are the savings for your business?
Depending on how many hours you save matching statements, your staff can be skilled in another area of your business that benefits profits and efficiencies in your accounts department.

 

How do I re-set my password?
Just call 07 3376 9474 and we will assist with resetting your password.

 

How do I add a new user?
In settings > My Team, you can create, edit and remove users

 

What is the difference between purchase order, invoice, and statement of accounts?

  1. Purchase Order – is a document indicating types, the quantity of products and services being sold.
  2. Invoice – is a document issued by a vendor to a buyer indicating items sold, prices, date of shipment, delivery and payment terms. There are other terms used such as “bill”, “statement” or “sales invoice” for other businesses.
  3. Statement of Account – is a record of transactions and their effect on account balances over a specified period for a given account.