7 January 2013

First client

31 December 2019

Last software update

< 2 hours

Support response

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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Management team

Suave Software Limited was incorporated in August 2012 to develop accurate and reliable software.  The company’s first product, StatementReader, converts and summarises scanned original bank statements into an Excel format quickly and accurately.  StatementReader eliminates the need for manual data entry so that the maximum amount of time is available for analysis.

 

The directors of Suave Software Limited are:

David Elms BSc ACCA

 

David completed a BSc in Accounting & Finance at Warwick University.  From there he went to work at a London based corporate advisory practice until July 2012, during which time he completed his accountancy qualification.  This provided David with experience using several specialist software packages and also the opportunity to be involved with internal software projects.  David was able to acquire a keen eye for developing intuitive and elegant software.

Evangelos Tsiontsis MSc MEng ​

 

Evangelos is a lecturer at City University in London, holds an MSc in Mobile and Personal Communications from Kings College London, and an MEng in Electrical and Computer Engineering. With over 20 years of PERL programming and Linux administration experience, Evangelos has become a highly regarded expert in the fields of data analysis, network programming, distributed computing and software design. He successfully conveyed the Unix principles of simplicity, scalability and robustness to StatementReader.