We provide standard reconciliation reports based on what customers most commonly say they struggle with._

Transaction matching

Payable allows you to find any discrepancies between different sources, such as settlements and the payments you received in your bank account.

This allows you to match transactions between different payment providers and data sources. For example, you can find discrepancies between the payments settled from your payment provider and what you have actually received in your bank account.

The different reconciliation statuses that can be returned are:

  • Matched, where the transaction reference and value align
  • Partially matched, the transaction reference can be found, but the value is incorrect
  • Unmatched, the transaction reference cannot be found

An example extract of matching transaction details between a payments provider and a bank account.

Cash balances

See all the balances across your bank accounts and wallet providers, without having to log into multiple portals.
We integrate into these providers, so once your account is connected you can see an aggregated view in real time.
This allows you to see how much you are holding in different accounts and currencies.
The report will differentiate your actual balance and any pending funds.


See all your bank accounts in one place, with a high level view of the currencies being held.

Cost of business

With a diverse payment stack, it can be difficult to have oversight of how charges vary by payment provider. Once your payment service provider has been connected or uploaded, run analysis on how much transactions are costing you per payment type and supplier.
This will allow you to optimise your payments strategy for your business.


All these reports can be visualised in the dashboard or exported on demand.