More NewsFaster Reconciliation Promised with ReconNET 7.1

Faster Reconciliation Promised with ReconNET 7.1

Trintech has announced the release of ReconNET 7.1, the latest version of its flagship reconciliation and account balancing application. ReconNET 7.1 features increased levels of intelligence built into the system, reducing the expertise required at the user level, and interface improvements in navigation and display to improve productivity. The new version includes expanded support for Sarbanes-Oxley financial disclosure requirements, including enhanced audit trail capabilities. Trintech believes that the new version’s interactive reconciliation display allows users to reconcile accounts more quickly. The interactive reconciliation screen color-codes and highlights exactly which fields match and don’t match, and if a set of items cannot be reconciled, a plain-English message explains the reason why.

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