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Integrated Accounting

An integrated accounting software system for financial institutions and their financial services products.

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Faster decisions. In real time.

Our real time, customer-centric accounting software enables you to make better decisions using general ledgers and sub-ledgers that reflect where your business stands at any point in time. After all, markets can change overnight. You need to be equipped to react to that change. The real time accounting within Portfolio Plus enables you to make those rapid decisions.

Enable multi-currency and multi-company accounting.

Your financial products can be managed in multiple currencies and sold from multiple companies. This enables you to track your success by market segment, line of business, or by currency. It's up to you.

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Get control with security and auditing.

When it comes to security options, more is generally better. That's why Portfolio Plus gives you the ability to enable security settings and audit trails to help comply with the legislative requirements of Sarbanes-Oxley and your own corporate policies. If you have special requirements in this area, give us a call.

Accounting Architecture

The Integrated Accounting module can be tailored to mirror your organizational structure by associating cost and profit centres to appropriate areas of your business. As such, cost centres become a strategic tool to measure the performance of the various areas of your organization.

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Details and Specifications

Accounting Software

Flexible & User-Definable

Virtually every aspect of the Portfolio Plus Accounting module is user-definable including:

  • Fiscal periods
  • GL accounts
  • Report roll-ups
  • Security settings

General Ledger

Automatic Journal Transactions

  • Journal entries for a specific event are user-definable
  • You can set and change the GL Account numbers associated with a transaction created by a subsystem
  • An identification name is associated with the transaction and a transaction can be turned off so as not to post
  • The account number, default cost centre, and sign (+,-) can be assigned
  • If an automatic transaction is created but no accounts are associated with it, the system will default to the suspense debit and credit accounts that are set in the company file for posting

Fiscal Period

Year end dates and fiscal periods are user-defined.

Manual Journal Transactions

  • Provides the ability for authorized personnel to adjust previous periods
  • Data is validated to ensure that accounts, cost centres, and companies are valid and that entries are balanced
  • Journal numbers are automatically assigned
  • Journal entries may be posted to the General Ledger accounts immediately or left for bulk posting at a later time

GL Accounts

GL Accounts are user-definable and can be:

  • Named as desired
  • Numbered as required
  • Posting or non-posting (summary only)

Journal Entries

All entries from the subsystems (and any manual journals) are kept unposted until the posting program is running. The posting process can be run manually at any time or run as a scheduled job within the nightly queue. This is completely at the discretion of your accounting department. These entries may be printed or viewed on screen.

Accounts Payable & Receivable


  • Ability to enter a payable for immediate payment or at a later date (in batch or by vendor)
  • Payables can be settled by computer cheque, manual cheque, or direct deposit into a retail account (Portfolio Plus Retail Banking module required)
  • When cheques are created, one cheque is produced for each vendor showing the invoices for which the payment is being made
  • Ability to do bank reconciliation, query cheque information, cheque registers, vendor payable information, and reports, depending on user selection and criteria
  • A receivable may be entered as a receipt being collected immediately, creating journal entries for distribution and a bank deposit slip record, or as a receivable to be collected at a later date
  • Full and partial payments may be received

Fixed Assets

The Integrated Accounting module enables you to track and control fixed assets such as computers, printers, and other office essentials within its fixed asset subsystem. You can calculate and book the depreciation for these fixed assets using either the declining balance or straight-line depreciation method. You can also record the financial entries related to:

  • the acquisition of fixed assets
  • the periodic depreciation of fixed assets
  • transfers of fixed assets between cost centres
  • the eventual disposal of each fixed asset


Management Reports

  • Diagnostic
  • Customized Roll-Up
  • Income Statements
  • Trial Balances
  • Balance Sheets
  • Audit Trails
  • Account Roll-ups
  • Cost Centre Roll-ups

Recurring / Frequency

  • Monthly
  • Weekly
  • Daily

Display & Export Options

  • On screen
  • Save as file
  • Print

Comparative Reporting

  • This Period vs. Last Period
  • This Year vs. Last Year
  • This Month vs. Last Month

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