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Sep / 30 / 2015

Fastest Growers Leverage SaaS

Although it has been touted for many years as a pending revolution in how IT and business services are delivered, only recently has “the cloud” been embraced broadly as part of business strategy. Initially, adoption of Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) was focused on front office functions such as sales, marketing, and customer service (e.g. SalesForce ...

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Jul / 31 / 2015

The Benefits of Implementing a ReconArt Reconciliation Solution: An Infographic


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Jul / 30 / 2015

Challenges of Reconciliation for Payments Businesses

We are all familiar with reconciling outgoing payments against our bank accounts. That is simple enough. For the most part these are expenses. You know who is to be paid and you know why the payment is due. Slightly more challenging is reconciling incoming ...

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Apr / 15 / 2015

The Trouble With Transformation

In my last blog post, I noted that many organizations are choosing to invest in their system solution portfolios. I outlined some rules ...

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Mar / 26 / 2015

ReconArt – Not Just a Buzz Word

Introducing ReconArt to a prospective client for the first time is always an exciting experience. No matter whether we are talking to a multi-billion dollar bank considering hundreds of users to accommodate highly complex processes, or a startup looking for a couple of users to handle a time-consuming ...

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Mar / 2 / 2015

Finding the “Modern” (Reconciliation & Financial Close) Software Solution

There is something of a change afoot. We are on a wave that has many businesses looking to reinvest in their systems and processes. This interest is especially true in relation to financial control solutions software. The drivers are varied, but generally the lack of investment has also created a lack of capability ...

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Feb / 23 / 2015

Reconciliation in Banks and Financial Institutions

A detailed knowledge of reconciliation processes in banks and financial institutions (FIs) is a core competency at ReconArt, yet it never ceases to amaze us how every client’s focus is on a different process with a distinct set of challenges. We are fortunate to have worked with a wide range ...

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Feb / 9 / 2015

The FCA PS14/9 regulations: Coming, Ready or Not

The United Kingdom’s Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) regulation PS14/9 related to custody assets and client money has a backstop for implementation of 1 June 2015. Compliance with the rules in the client assets sourcebook (CASS) has never been more important. There is now considerable ‘noise’ from the FCA given the short timescale for implementation, ...

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Aug / 22 / 2014

Is Your Financial Reporting SEC Compliant?

When you hear those letters, SEC, what comes to mind? To some it's the call sign of a superhero tasked with protecting the American people from fraud and keeping Wall Street accountable. To others it's a dreaded governmental bureaucracy creating endless paperwork and headaches. So although many of us are familiar with the SEC from news headlines, not ...

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Aug / 14 / 2014

4 Myths About Automating Your Reconciliations Debunked

You know there are problems with your current manual reconciliation process. It’s not efficient – there are way too many people ‘ticking and tying’ when they could be doing so much more. It’s open to risk and difficult to report on – unstandardized. Jack notes an exception in one way, Jill in another. Sometimes things get missed. It takes ...

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Industry: Software
Focus: Multi-step Employee Expense Recs

In its own words, Workday was founded over a decade ago around the idea of putting “people at the center of enterprise software” and it continues to deliver on that idea today.

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ReconArt Customers

Here are some of our customers who leverage ReconArt to support their reconciliation and close processes.

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