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What does S/L stand for?

S/L stands for Sub-Ledger

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Efficient reconciliation of the General Ledger to the Sub-Ledgers (Intercompany, AP, AR, Accrued Purchases, Cash, Inventory, HITB, Sales Order, Fixed Assets, Customer Deposits, Taxes and COGS as well as outside data sources) ensures that reports tie to the penny and users get a single version of the truth from Great Plains.
With general ledger and sub-ledger capabilities, Financial Studio enables customers to meet International Accounting Standards (IAS) and International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) while also addressing the requirements of Basel II and Basel III, RAROC, and other risk-related performance measurement ratios.
ALaS iSquare was designed to effectively manage the reconciliation process in three important ways: -- It increases control by providing a granular audit trail from the balance sheet to all accounts, including trades, assets and liabilities -- It enhances visibility by validating balance sheet data through the reconciliation process, allowing any transaction to be confirmed -- It improves transparency by verifying the integrity of sub-ledger and ledger balances "The importance of efficient balance sheet reconciliation cannot be understated," said Archer, "the process is notoriously error prone.
By applying an information standard across all levels of business information within the enterprise--from reporting disclosures to general ledgers to transactional ledgers and sub-ledger systems and back to operational systems--XBRL enables disparate systems to all "speak the same language.
According to the XBRL International's GL working group, XBRL GL is "based on the model of a sophisticated accounting system's General Ledger journal history file, into which all of the detail from all of the sub-ledgers may flow.