Once you've signed up to Airbank, you'll land on the main screen:

In this article we'll show you the different screens of Airbank

The Airbank banking homescreen
  • Banking Tab: Here is the home of your bank accounts. At the top level, you will see all your bank accounts and your total cash position. You will be able to change the nickname of your bank accounts, copy the IBAN number, download the bank statement, or add new bank accounts.

    In the menu item "Transactions" you can access all transaction details and review reconciliations and transaction categoriSation across bank accounts.

    The menu item "Access Rights" appears when selecting a single bank account. You can specify customary access rights for your team members, including whether a team member can initiate payments and up to which level.

    If you select a bank in the top navigation bar, you will be also able to initiate a payment from that account, update the consent to that bank account, or see account specific transactions

  • Revenue Tab: This is the home of all your income. In one place, you will see your total revenues (income) over the last periods. Depending on your integrations, you can enrich your bank account transactions with even more detail from Stripe, PayPal, and Shopify.

    You can also filter across any detail that you might find relevant: Legal entities, categories, dates, customers etc. and save the views that you have set up.

    The transaction breakdown let's you see your individual revenue transaction and whether they've arrived already or are still in transit. You can also export all data and see the state of the reconciliation and whether a manual file upload is still necessary.

    Finally, the revenue tab gives you insights in your historic and outstanding receivables across periods.

  • Expenses Tab: This is the home of all your expenses that ultimately contribute to your bottom line. In one place, you will see your total expenses (outflows) over the last periods.

    You can also filter across any detail that you might find relevant: Legal entities, categories, dates, customers etc. and save the views that you have set up.

    In addition, the payables menu item let's you see your individual expense transactions, both historically (payment executed), and planned (payment planned).

    Soon, you can plan your payables by adding a new payable and assigning it to an existing or new contact. If the contact is already in your contact books, all payment details will be pre-populated. Airbank Expenses also shows you your subscriptions and let's you cancel subscriptions if not needed anymore. If a vendor decides to increase its fees, Airbank will notify you ahead of the next charge.

  • Cashflow Tab: This is the home of your liquidity. Liquidity planning is key to understand you business' future cashflows and prepare for needed liquidity events. Because it is so important, the cashflow tab will feature both a spreadsheet and a KPI view. As is usual with Airbank, you can download all data into a *.csv or *.xlsx format.

    Spreadsheet: Here you can view and model your cashflows on a line item basis. Airbank will find for you the most sensible way to show your historical and future cashflows and cash positions. You can also supply your own input to the cashflow planning and save a filtered view as you need it.

    KPIs: This view gives you a few of the most important KPIs in one place, such as historical total cash position, historical cashflows, runway and burn. You can filter, adjust, and save the data as you need it.

  • Treasury Tab: Coming soon

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