Affordable Balance Sheet Integrity & GL Reconciliation Software
Delivering meaningful financial oversight by minimising month-end GL recon processing effort.
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.
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 Software
New confidence in your audit results
- Detailed historical audit history
- Historical records of past close data
- Enhanced oversight of the entire reconciliation process
Don't Want Your Data Off Premise?
Some account reconciliation solutions are only available in the cloud.
For example, according to US-Analytics 'BlackLine is purely a cloud-based solution'.
We provide a fully on-premise balance sheet integrity solution.
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GreenLine Road Map: Machine Learning for Accounting Tool
Published on ITWeb
9 Dec 2019
Local software development firm Syncrony Digital is looking to develop a machine learning component for its GreenLine financial close platform.
GreenLine, the last mile of accounting software
Published on Accounting Weekly
December 4, 2019
Johannesburg-based Syncrony Digital this week announced the launch of ERP system GreenLine, to automate the month-end close. GreenLine targets the 'last mile' of accounting software to save hours of accounting slog work.
The package is reasonably priced for the SA market. Following the local launch, GreenLine will be released to the international market.
GL Recons Beyond Spreadsheets
(This article is a follow-on to GL Recons with EXCEL is Dead which posed the questions about the unreliability of spreadsheet based GL reconciliations. As any CFO knows, the numbers that bubble up from the general ledger into the balance sheet need to be trustworthy.
GL Recons Still Using Excel Are DEAD!
In my estimation, about 50% of Group CFOs still base their financial statements on numbers generated from spreadsheets. Which is a problem because nine out of ten spreadsheets contain errors, a fact I have driven home in my previous articles. As a CFO, I know that the buck stops with you. But how are you supposed to present reports and make accurate forecasts based on numbers you can’t totally trust?