How does it work?
CapSettle receives, processes and creates both revenue, cost statements and invoices based on own xDRs. The result is distributed and aggregated in the CapSettle database.
If there is a reconciliation in place with a partner, CapSettle can receive reconciliation files which will be decoded, processed with any rules (e.g mapping of data) and distributed into a similar aggregation hierarchy.
Once both (own and partner) table structures has been populated the matching process will commence.
The matching process starts to match data on the configured aggregated level from both sides.
It is also possible to configure rules, so that suggested values can be altered by the user or applied with logic e.g. tale lower, higher, own or partner value.
Reconciliation rules and algorithms can be defined by the user.
Once the non-matched traffic has been solved commercially, adjustments can be made on either statement or account level to either complete current invoicing or debit/credit next month invoice.
CapSettle reconciliation also has a version history of changes made during the reconciliation process, so it’s possible to make changes and then send data to the partner and then continue working in a new version.
It is also possible to reprocess the data if rules has changed, and still keep existing changes.”