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Cashfac PLC Head Office

50 Mark Lane

Cashfac - Australia Office

Level 31 120 Collins St
Victoria 3000

Cashfac - Scotland Office

Cedar House, Quarrywood Court
EH54 6AX


+44 (0)207 920 0617


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Reporting and Dashboards

Cashfac Virtual Bank Technology (VBT) gives businesses access to enterprise-wide balances and transactions across their entire account infrastructure, even if their accounts are held across a variety of banks.

We take this information along with all the current processing statuses and provides the most comprehensive data analysis and reporting module available for both banks and businesses. This allows them to better analyse, understand and navigate complex data sets related to specific cash management functions.

Use our reporting and dashboards to gain greater insight into intraday dynamic cash positions. VBT includes a suite of configurable dashboards that provide a more interactive user experience. Through our dashboard, users have easier access to data, greater visibility of balances and transactions and the complexity of managing multiple data sets is eliminated.

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Payments Management

Businesses typically need to manage complex relationships between their back-office ledgers and their bank accounts. With the introduction of virtual accounts, it is possible to create a hierarchy of virtual accounts that can map to their ledger and act like a bank account. Our platform seamlessly integrates a business’s Accounts Payable (AP) process from their …

Multibank Cash Management

Bringing together unlimited numbers of real and virtual bank accounts in a single view, our multibank capabilities provide direct control over balances with an accurate forward balance view. Customers can manage their cash seamlessly across multiple bank partners with the solutions underlying bank connectivity managing the actual cash flows to and from each bank. It …

Sweeping and Target Balancing

For many years, businesses and banks have needed to move money between accounts to optimise their liquidity or availability while maximising return on that money. This could have been for imprest (top up) accounts to hold funds in the most logical place or even to forward monies, when a balance has been achieved, to a …