SDSU currently utilizes the following modules within Oracle eBS financials: General Ledger, Subledger Accounting,
What does SBL stand for?
SBL stands for Subledger (accounting)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Although ERP systems effortlessly attend to the "nuts and bolts" of accounting, verifying the journal entries, subledger tie-outs, and other complex transactional information, they don't specifically validate this data for the financial close.
4) It stresses accounting issues and systems, such as the use of checklists, to confirm closing activities, journal entries, closing subledger systems, contracts and agreements, account reconciliations, and printing and distributing reports.
It's being widely applied to business information in external company reports, as well as across internal corporate ledgers and subledger systems in a few cases.
The visibility of external data--anything that can be imported from outside the company--is better than that of internal data--information that is scattered in various subledgers, spreadsheets and minds within the company, Jeffery notes.
Material is in two sections on concepts, set- ups, and processing of General Ledger and Subledger Accounting, with step-by-step instructions and b&w screenshots.
The key technologies for supporting a successful, phased transition to IFRS include: robust financial consolidation applications for multi-GAAP; top-end IFRS reporting; global transactional accounting systems with multi-GAAP subledger and general ledger accounting; and governance, risk and compliance applications to manage changes to policies and enforce internal controls.
Data can be acquired from underwriting information systems, claims administration, premium and loss accounting, in-force files, subledger and general ledger and investment systems.