Trema has released a new General Ledger Module (GLM) to help treasurers run more efficient operations and streamline their accounting functions. Trema’s General Ledger Module has been developed to cater for the accounting needs of any treasury operation and covers key requirements including statutory and operational reporting. GLM is fully integrated with Trema’s treasury management System but it has been developed as a separate module with its own database. GLM is designed to be used as either a sub-ledger or a stand-alone general ledger system. The treasury can use the module as middleware between a treasury system and a group-wide ERP or accounting system, in which case it can set up its own chart of accounts with a more detailed structure for financial items.
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