Fuel price monitoring software provider and marketplace Fuelerlinx has added new automated invoice reconciliation (AIR) functionality to its subscription-based product, it announced this week at the NBAA Schedulers & Dispatchers Conference in San Antonio, Texas. According to the company, its software now has the capability to automatically cross-reference fuel transactions against vendor billing, thereby simplifying the task for accounting departments.
With AIR, flight departments using the Fuelerlinx software will be able to quickly and easily spot discrepancies in the billing process, saving users time and money. “We’ve designed a layout where once the process is finished, a user sees their transactions on a color-coded grid, which they can use to categorize each dispatch,” said Mike Mieglitz, chief technical officer of the San Francisco-based company. “Not only does AIR greatly reduce the risk for human error in the data-entry process, it also catches discrepancies and allows you to file them accordingly.”
In addition, Fuelerlinx said the software will also save time by automatically inserting direct transaction invoices.