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Affordable Balance Sheet Integrity & GL Reconciliation Software

Delivering meaningful financial oversight by minimising month-end GL recon processing effort.

General Ledger Reconciliation

Balance Sheet Reconciliations

  • Integrates with any accounting software
  • Specialized GL import functionality that back-verifies your ERP accounts
  • Automated reconciliation of static accounts
  • Comprehensive post-import reports

We cut our recon time requirements by 80%

Dave E.
Financial Close

Month-End Close Software

Streamline your close

  • Financial close process timeline
  • Enhanced control of month-end close financial processes
  • Pool based task allocation
  • Individual ownership and tracking of entries within the pool
  • Detailed activities breakdown  by individual team members

No more EXCEL recons!

Vinny K.
Audit Oversight

Audit Oversight Software

New confidence in your audit results

  • Detailed historical audit history
  • Historical records of past close data
  • Enhanced oversight of the entire reconciliation process

Your Data Center - Your Cloud

Don't Want Your Data Off Premise?

Uncomfortable with off-premises enterprise financial data?

No Problem.

We provide a fully on-premises hosted environment for your own on-premise GreenLine.

We can't host this kind of info in the cloud.

Jean N.

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