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Frequently Asked Questions
How long does it take to create a Cashlab account?
You can create an account in just a few clicks. In approximately 8 minutes (depending on the size of your company), you can already have an overview of all your bank accounts (yes, we timed it!) on a dashboard.
For the accounting module, our team of experts will contact you immediately to establish a suitable implementation schedule.
Can I follow the cash flow of several entities and create levels of analysis and consolidation?
You have the possibility to follow your cash flow by entity, or consolidated. Consolidation levels can be created in the parameters and analyzed in the accounting approach.
Can I easily integrate my accounting data?
You can integrate your accounting data very easily. Simply upload your Budget, General Ledger and Bank Ledger into the tool.
How much time do I save by using Cashlab?
Cashlab saves a lot of time in:
- Aggregating transactions from all your bank accounts: no more having to go on each bank platform.
- Cash flow forecasting: no more unreliable Excel files.
- Setting up ready-to-use reports: no more time-consuming tasks.
Can the tool be connected internationally?
The tool, 100% Saas and secure, is available in 7 languages (French, English, Italian, Spanish, German, Dutch and Swedish) allowing an international connection.
Is it possible to connect all my bank accounts to Cashlab?
Thanks to our API we can connect the tool with 800 institutions in 10 European countries securely. As well, you can connect as many accounts as needed. To learn more about a specific bank, contact our team here.
Can I use Cashlab to prepare the reports I need to send to my management, shareholders and creditors?
You can download ready-to-use report packs in a few clicks, which you can easily send to your management, shareholders and creditors.
Is it possible to create scenarios on my forecasts?
Yes, it is possible to create scenarios in the tool's settings. You can then compare the monthly variation between the net Cash flow and the scenarios.