So much is new, but it's actually simpler THAN EVER!
The first step was to build a platform that let sophisticated users find a huge range of errors and do complex reconciliations. The second step was to add two features that are impossible to do in Excel: (1) calculate combination of numbers to match a sum and (2) to do imperfect matches, like Bill's Grocery with Bills Grocery Inc.
This next iteration builds upon this platform in a unique way. There is now an App Store (try it). These are now mobile apps. These are small programs that VERY CLEARLY direct users to input the data that needs to be crushed, and then crushes it. So it is now extremely easy for a user to use an App to find an error.
How far does this go? Ok, so here are a few features that are ALREADY in the system. There are Apps that can be run. These Apps are in an App store. But it goes further. Users can build and share their own Apps and assemble them into their OWN App Store. These customized App stores can be shared and embedded into their own web sites. These Apps and App stores are highly customizable and brandable. They are extremely easy to create.
Of course, all user information is never saved on our server. There is no save mechanism. The Apps and App Stores are saved on YOUR OWN SERVER. All the sample data that serve as templates for the Apps are saved on YOUR OWN SERVER.
The CrushErrors.com Ecosystem. Professional users can build Apps and App Stores for their clients for a fee. They can resell the CrushErrors.com to their clients and earn a commission. They can brand their creations to generate additional marketing opportunities. This is available TODAY. In the future, user created Apps can be placed in the App Store and sold to users.
What is the Crush Error Platform? What can it Crush?
It is a software tool that lets users find all kinds of errors in a new way. It replaces either a lot of manual effort or very complex Excel spreadsheets. A tour is below. Register to try it for one month for free. No credit card is necessary. If you have experienced any of the following, consider CrushErrors.com.
Someone made an unauthorized prior period entry. Where is it?
My bank says the balance is $20,522, but my records say it should be $20, 876. Where are we off?
The management company said they collected $1,200,338 in rent this month, but I'm showing it should be more. I'd like to compare by Unit.
My AP aging doesn't equal the balance sheet. I need to compare by vendor to see where the error is.
My customer list is full of duplicates. Sometimes the same client is .net. Other times .com. They're annoyed I need to seriously dedupe.
I just got a new Balance Sheet and there are many changes. What are they?
I have two different customer lists for the same customers but the names don't match exactly. One has Bill's Grocery. Other has Bills Grocery Inc.
My vendor says I owe them $5,250, but my records show I only owe them $4,000. Where are we off?
I know my customer owes me $2,228, but they are claiming they only owe me $1,833. What's off?
My client updated their chart of accounts and I need to see what changed. My forecast was based on the old version. It's a pain to do manually.
Productivity Tool with Zen Focus on Account and Balance Reconciliation
Admire the purity
Reconciliation on Fire [old name]
Source: Accounting Today, Feb 1, 2015
"We all love sharks because of their purity -- all they do is swim and eat. But how much more impressive would they be if they only focused on doing one of those things perfectly? That's the Zen state that Reconciliation on Fire has attained - it lets you compare two ranges, and that's all. Not swimming and comparing two ranges, not comparing two ranges and eating - just comparing two ranges. But once you start to think about it, you realize the vast number of times you need to do that exact thing in the course of your average day as an accountant."
Why do you need this?
If you've ever tried to compare two sets of data, you already know the answer. If it's a lot of data, then the answer is even more obvious. But even if you've compared ten numbers on the left with ten numbers on the right, you know it's a pain. It's not worth your time to do that kind of work. Plus it's so easy to make a mistake when doing it manually. Numbers are often transposed and hard to see (especially after hours of work or when you have tight deadlines).
What does it do?
It lets you compare two sets of data. Just copy and paste in the text and numbers and dates from Excel, Google Sheets or any source into the text boxes. It finds discrepancies quickly. Excel gurus can build their own formulas to find discrepancies but that takes time and there's a learning curve. Now you can drag and drop a CSV file. Here are some real examples.
- Bookkeeping Problem: Bank information in accounting system doesn't reconcile with the bank statement. Solution: Export bank and accounting information. Run a compare. The differences pop out. Works with QuickBooks, NetSuite, or any accounting software.
- Accounting Problem: Someone made a prior period adjustment that is hard to find. Solution: Compare the original data to the new data. Export either the financials or the trial balance or the whole general ledger. Run a compare and the differences pop out.
- Finance Problem: Someone gives you a new model to evaluate. The accounts don't line up with your old model because the new model has different accounts. Solution: Compare the text of each account. The changes will pop out. Maybe you'll find a change in spelling?
- Contact Lists Problem: You haven't updated your contact list. You get a new list with lots of new names, but you don't know which ones are new or different. Solution: Compare lists with crusherrors.com and the differences will pop out.
- Email management: Let's say you email to groups. The members in the group change. Sometimes it's not easy to spot the changes. Find duplicates. Create list of new items for entry.
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