Designed entirely in the cloud from the ground up, BlackLine is the only unified technology solution built specifically for accounting and finance. No messy acquisitions, no disparate hybrid software-hardware combinations, and no expensive middleware or upgrade costs, just the world’s most trusted solution for Finance Controls and Automation.
Many organizations rely on multiple systems to access the data required for monthly and quarterly accounting reconciliation and daily transactional matching. Some use a manual reconciliation process that relies on error-prone spreadsheets. Exceptions are slow to resolve and it's nearly impossible to achieve the single version of the truth that finance and executive teams need.
That's why organizations worldwide use AccurateTM Reconciliation from Fiserv. It enables demonstrable operational efficiency gains over manual processing and cuts the risk of errors resulting in financial loss.
Accurate Reconciliation is a comprehensive, end-to-end account reconciliation and certification solution that handles all transaction types and financial instruments. The solution integrates both transaction and balance-level data and automates the entire reconciliation process from data acquisition and matching through period-end approvals and reviews.
BlackLine is ranked 5th in Financial Close Software while Fiserv Accurate Reconciliation is ranked 15th in Financial Close Software. BlackLine is rated 0.0, while Fiserv Accurate Reconciliation is rated 0.0. On the other hand, BlackLine is most compared with Cadency, FloQast, Fiserv Frontier Reconciliation, ReconArt and Adra, whereas Fiserv Accurate Reconciliation is most compared with ReconArt and Fiserv Frontier Reconciliation.
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