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The General Ledger provides you with the chart of accounts, general journals, recurring journals, and source codes. The traceability feature records every GL entry made and where it originated. It allows you to view all entries and drill down to the original service document from your Financial Statements, Chart of Accounts, account cards and so on.

You can produce a wide range of trial balances and customized financial statements, consolidate subsidiaries with organizational roll-ups and reporting, and filter balances by dimensions such as time period, department, project, location, product line, customer group, etc. – all without requiring the use of an external financial statement report writer.

Real time integration ensures that:

  • Financial statements are up to the minute
  • Subledgers tie to the general ledger
  • End of the month close is quick and efficient
  • Individual entries can be traced throughout the system
  • Users can enter and post data simultaneously

Every posted GL entry is easy to track and drill down, throughout the application. Entry lists include information about balancing entries, and dimensions. Entries are also assigned a source code, a reason code and a user ID so the source of an entry is always documented, providing you with a complete audit trail.

Features & Functionalities

Financial Statements Dimensions Allocations
Budgets Flexible Chart of Accounts Consolidations


Allows you to:

  • Create unlimited custom financial statements
  • Export financial statements to Excel
  • Keep track of changes and which user made them
  • View financials daily, weekly, monthly, or by any date range
  • Create unlimited budgets
  • Import or export budgets to Microsoft Excel
  • Set up an unlimited number of dimensions and dimension values
  • Copy budgets including dimensions from a previous period
  • Create unlimited user defined row and column layouts
  • View information on screen with dynamic drill down
  • Set up recurring allocations
  • Consolidate domestic or foreign subsidiaries
  • Consolidate companies with different charts of accounts
  • Consolidate partial ownerships, different fiscal years and exchange rates
  • Maintain general ledger in multiple currencies
  • Manage international customer and vendor accounts in a foreign currency
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