We're aware that Fluidly's cashflow forecast is unlike almost anything else that you will have used before, and on that basis, it's worth taking a minute or two to understand what's happening behind the scenes.

Once Fluidly has imported a business' accounting data, it uses Machine Learning techniques to interpret this information. Fluidly breaks the data down by the account lines as shown within Xero (eg. salaries, VAT, rent, etc) and looks for patterns within the data - dates, amounts, counterparts, etc.

Some account lines are easier to predict than others based on the regularity of cash movements within them, but Fluidly will always provide a baseline forecast that users can then edit based on their knowledge of a business.

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