Fluence Financial Consolidation Software is a cloud-based system which delivers a faster financial consolidation process. It enables you to close your books earlier at month end by effectively streamlining the financial close and eliminating tedious data manipulation by your finance team.
No more exporting financials from your ERP systems into standalone spreadsheets, which then require error-prone data manipulation to enable a further consolidation process to finalise the month end.
Fluence is a purpose-built financial consolidation system for mid-market SME's which automates the whole consolidation process from beginning to end. Intercompany eliminations, currency conversions, workflow management and more provides your consolidation accounting team with all they need to close your books accurately and early.
Powerful, automated consolidation process with a true Excel interface for faster user adoption on any device
Fluence is ready to use straight away. Powerful consolidation features are built-in and ready for your finance team to own. No lengthy training or implementation period from this cloud-based consolidation system.
Pre-built tasks combined with drag-and-drop capabilities enable automated workflows to be created easily to smooth the consolidation process. Also comes with Slack for easy team collaboration.
Benefit from pre-built intercompany eliminations, account reconciliation, cash flow management and more, for ease of use to streamline your personalised processes.
The Excel Interface means that users will be working from an instantly familiar environment, but now powered by a single source of the truth to eliminate errors and save time.
Reduce time taken to close with built-in close management facilities including validated audit trail.
Fluence is purpose-built to meet the account reconciliation needs of the modern SME.
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