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Purpose and Values
Our management team includes industry veterans with decades of banking and accounting systems experience, including former executives of Bank of America, Barclays Bank and ICBC.
Founded by finance managers that faced the same challenges you're having in getting these functions done properly and on time.
We understand your frustration, and we were so determined to solve this problem that we created this company.
The key is discipline and consistency. We're dedicated to giving you both at a reasonable price.
Because we specialize in tying your company to its bank statements and providing you with rock solid documentation that proves your books out.
Because we do it for you daily, so there are no big surprises, no errors, and no big fees or chargebacks.
Our team has worked in the industry for decades and we work together to deliver incredible results.
We have staff all over the world that we can assemble as needed for your situation.
Reconciliation Expert in Chief
Doug Schiller has decades of experience as a CFO at several technology companies, and works with CPAs and developers all over the world. He has an MBA from Columbia University.
As CFO, there were many times when he was frustrated by preparing for and conducting due diligence.
The first place to look should always be the bank statements. Professionals randomly check the entries, and he never felt confident that this method was sufficient.
He knew it should not be so hard to get all the raw bank data and compare it with a general ledger. He could not find a product to do that. So, he developed one.
He finds major problems every time he does the complete rec. This reveals that bookkeepers take shortcuts that make it hard to reconcile. In some cases, it has revealed fraud concerns and even real frauds.
But even when this process does not find fraud, it has some real benefits. Before showing his bank recs and statements to auditors, he is certain they are perfect. That builds trust.
When a controller knows that their bank recs will be thoroughly reviewed, line-by-line, it makes them do a better job (fewer shortcuts) and, of course, reduces the risk of fraud.