Eliminate spreadsheets, and increase efficiency, control and visibility
BlackLine Account Reconciliations automates and standardises the reconciliation process. It drives accuracy in the financial close by providing accountants with a streamlined method to verify the correctness and appropriateness of their balance sheets.
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BlackLine Account Reconciliations ensures the accuracy and insight of financial data by providing accountants with the ability to verify the correctness of account balances across all balance sheet accounts by comparing data in two systems or locations, such as ERP systems and bank statements, investigating discrepancies, and making required corrections for an accurate close process.
Streamline the Reconciliation Process
BlackLine provides accountants with an intuitive interface for performing account reconciliations that includes standardised templates, workflows for review and approval, linkage to policies and procedures, and integrated storage of supporting documentation.
Improve Standardisation and Quality
Enforce standardisation across the reconciliation process to improve quality and accuracy of financial data. Modernising the approach to defining the account reconciliation process reduces error and inaccuracies so accountants focus on analysis, risk mitigation, and exception handling.
Unified across the BlackLine Finance Controls and Automation Platform
The BlackLine Finance Controls and Automation Platform is the world’s most trusted technology for finance and accounting automation. Account Reconciliations is a proven solution for finance and accounting teams to modernise their processes.
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