Design financial statements using sub-account segment structure and configured hierarchy. Publish reports on the web or distribute as Excel or PDF files.
Define monthly, bi-monthly, annual, or custom financial periods. Keep periods open as long as you need to complete data entry and reconciliation. You can override automatic assignment of the reporting period based on the transaction date – the GL system warns of potential mis-entry.
Enter GL transactions in different currencies with multiple currency support activated. Maintain balances in the base currency and the foreign currency. See Currency Management for more information.
Maintain an unlimited number of budget scenarios, such as optimistic, pessimistic, or expected. Grant access rights for team members to provide input without viewing salaries or information from other subsidiaries. Approved budgets can be used in comparative statements and analysis reports.
Add new combinations of valid subaccount segments on the fly during data entry. This feature allows efficient ongoing maintenance of a complex reporting structure.
Distribute GL account balances over multiple accounts and sub-accounts based on predefined allocation rules based on percentages, quantities, or statistical data, or proportional to other account balances. Create and run multiple subsequent allocation templates.
Gain immediate access to GL balances with a complete array of inquiry screens and reports. Drill down to the originating document from any inquiry screen or report, even if the transaction was created in another module.
Reverse GL system transactions with one click. Automatically generate reversing entries in the next financial period during the post procedure or when the financial period closes.
Create recurring income and expense transactions based on specific schedules and time periods. Design templates with expiration dates, execution limits, and custom execution schedules.
Maintain a complete audit trail of all journal transactions throughout your GL management. Entries cannot be deleted. Corrections require adjusting entries. The system tracks the ID of the user who entered the transaction. Notes and supporting electronic documents can be attached directly to transactions.
Split transaction amounts to transfer portions to other accounts, subaccounts, or branches.