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Annural Report Analysis
Annural Report Analysis
Annural Report Analysis
Annural Report Analysis


This balance sheet analysis tool by Techaroha helps you to read your balance sheet in a few minutes instead of hours or days. Try now for free. Have you analyzed scan images of the Balance sheet. A typical balance sheet may consist of 20 to 400 pages. Finding the right pages of Notes, Balance Sheets, Cash Flow, and Profit and Loss take hours. After that, you have to pick up each value required to decide the credit factor of the customer. Which adds another few hours to your work.

Well, now you don’t have to worry. Techaroha’s tool of Balance sheet Analysis reduces all your burden and saves your worthy time, which can be used for some other more productive purposes.


Balance Sheet Analysis Tool is an online Software that helps you to quickly convert the dirty scan image PDF files of Balance Sheet into meaningful data. Well, this tool not limited to scan pdf images, huge pdf in plain text format can be converted into meaningful data in no time.It uses the mix of Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Computer Vision and Human Programming logic to give the highest accuracy than any other software available in the market.

Balance Sheet Analysis Tool ensures that you get a highly accurate output in no time.

Well, this tool solves two problems :

1. Opening The Very Large PDF on your Computer

     a. When you open the big pdf in a pdf reader it takes time , your system slows down.To handle this, the Balance Sheet tool quickly gives the shortlisted pdf as soon as you upload you with 100% accuracy in most cases.
      b. Now out of 100 Page Balance sheet you have only 3-7 Pages to open, which can be handled by any computer efficiently and easily

2. Finding the meaningful Values from Balance Sheet

     a. Once our tool finds the Shortlisted pages, it uses computer vision, Artificial Intelligence, and Machine Learning to extract values from the PDF.
     b. Each value is extracted against the particulars like Trade receivable, Current Assets, Non-Current assets etc.