These, define what you are trying to accomplish.
Rushmore Recoveries X, LLC v. Skolnick, 15 Misc. 3d 1139A; 841
N.Y.S.2d 823 (Nassau Co. Dist. Ct. 2007):
the proponent of the offered evidence must establish three
general elements, by someone familiar with the habits and
customary practices and procedures for the making of the
documents, before they will be accepted in admissible form: (1)
that the documents were made in the regular course of business;
(2) that it was the regular course of the subject business to make
the documents; and, (3) that the documents were made
contemporaneous with, or within a reasonable time after, the
act, transaction, occurrence or event recorded. . . .
Liberty Acquisitions, LLC v. Daley, 2007C64040 (Adams Co., Colorado,
County Court), the court held that a summary of a debt prepared by a debt
buyer is not within the business records exception.