If you are wondering about how Duco charges are applied, the tables below provide a breakdown of the specific data classified by Duco as processed (chargeable) volume:
In this example, a customer is going to set up a single reconciliation with three counter-parties and two internal systems. For that, she is going to set up two data prep processes, one for the internal side and one for the external side. She will also set up a single two-sided process that will ingest the two data prep processes. Below is a table explaining how Duco would count the chargeable volume.
As best practice, remember to set accounts that are not relevant to a particular process, to 'ignore' as ignored accounts do not generate statements and therefore do not get included in counted/ chargeable volume.