StatementReader is used by forensic accountants, bookkeepers, insolvency investigators, solicitors, auditors and business review professionals to stop wasting time and talent converting bank statements into Excel

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Contact us to discuss how we can help you

 

We would love to hear any questions or comments you have, simply take a look at the Q&A section below and get in touch. 

 

You can call us on +44 (0)20 3287 8283 or contact us using the form below.

Yes, we can create templates from your scanned bank statements. Alternatively, you can use the built-in template creation tool to create your own template for immediate use. For tips and instructions, look here.

Can you create a new template for me?

Yes, we have implemented several features that allow multiple users to work together in the most efficient way using StatementReader. This includes sharing files and templates so the right person has what they need to do their job.

Can StatementReader be used by multiple users?

Yes, StatementReader is very versatile. Please get in touch for more information.

Can I install StatementReader on a server?

Yes, we can provide training either one-on-one or for a team, via screen sharing or in-person, where practical.

Can you provide in-house user training?

Of course, contact us on +44 (0)20 3287 8283 or use the form to send us a message.  You can also find more information about how we work with partners, here.

Can I sell to my local market of finance professionals?

We enjoy creating efficiency improving applications for accountants. Specifically, we have released an application called DropToExcel that provides instant Excel summaries for transactions; showing recurring, reversed and duplicate transactions in one click.

What else have you created?