Bank Recon

  • Automated cash reconciliation with fuzzy recon logic
  • Exception management workflow
  • Automate cashbook & bank transaction imports
  • Strong accounting control and GL integration

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the minimum hardware/software requirements?

CPU: Intel i3, Xeon or better.
Memory: 8GB
Browser: IE7 or later
OS: Windows Server 2008 or later
Special software: Microsoft Report Viewer Runtime 2012, Microsoft .Net Framework 4

What databases are supported?

Microsoft SQL Server 2005 – 2012 is required.
Oracle 10g onwards is supported for data imports.

Please specify the browsers supported by your product.

IE7 or higher

Does your solution support an automated deployment mechanism?

Yes, MSI (Microsoft Installer)

Describe the main components of the solution and note any specific requirements for each.

User Interface – Web application requires .Net Framework 4, IIS 7 or later.
Database – Database requires SQL Server 2005 or later.
Service – Process Service is a Windows service and requires .Net Framework 4

Do you provide documentation on the structure of your database?


Describe basic system security, including data encryption used.

Bank Recon UI is secured with a username and password that is encrypted server side. The UI supports Forms and Windows Authentication via IIS.

Please describe your upgrade strategy

New versions are released every 3 to 6 months basis as soon as new features are added. Urgent Bug fixes result in an ad-hoc release.

What backup strategy would you recommend to support your solution?

Daily backups of the database should be sufficient.

Please describe your archiving strategy
  • Manual Archiving is supported based on last closed Accounting period
  • Data is moved from the processing tables and placed in Archive tables in the same database
  • Archived data is available through specific SQL queries and reports
  • Data can be exported from the UI and backed up to paper
  • Database can be backed up to Tape, file and optical disk by a DBA
  • Purge is not supported
What programming language(s) was/were used to develop the package?


Was your software developed internally or acquired?


Can one installation of this package share information with another installation of the same package (multi-facility roll-out)?


Can more than one version exist on a network?

Yes. There can only be one process service per server. Multiple databases or Client Applications can be hosted on the same server