Achieve seamless reconciliation across multiple processors with a centralized settlement report. Tonder simplifies the complex task of reconciling payments by consolidating all your settlement data into one comprehensive report.

Streamline your payment reporting: Experience uniformity in payment data presentation across all your processors. With Tonder, bid farewell to time-consuming spreadsheets and the manual work of data mapping. Seamlessly manage your financial processes as your payment infrastructure expands.

Reconciliation with Tonder offers several significant benefits for businesses:

  • Accuracy and Error Reduction: Automating the reconciliation process, reducing the risk of human errors associated with manual reconciliation. This ensures that financial records are accurate, minimizing discrepancies and the need for time-consuming investigations.

  • Time and Resource Savings: Automated reconciliation saves time and resources that would otherwise be spent on manual data entry and verification. This allows finance teams to focus on more strategic tasks, improving overall efficiency.

  • Real-time Visibility: Provide real-time access to transaction data and reconciliation status. This enables businesses to promptly identify and address discrepancies or issues, leading to faster problem resolution.

  • Enhanced Financial Control: Businesses gain better control over their financial processes by having a centralized view of all payment-related data. This transparency helps in identifying and addressing irregularities and potential fraud.

  • Compliance and Audit Trail: Maintain detailed transaction logs and audit trails, which can be crucial for compliance purposes and audits. These records provide a clear history of financial transactions, making it easier to meet regulatory requirements.

  • Improved Decision-Making: Access to accurate and up-to-date reconciliation data allows businesses to make informed financial decisions. This includes optimizing payment routing, identifying cost-saving opportunities, and forecasting cash flows more accurately.