The central part of ABIS is comprised of two modules, the ABIS Data Control and the ABIS Accounting. These modules store and track all common data elements required for general system processing and allow for the managementof the bank's general ledger.

The Common Control Module controls the configuration of the overall ABIS program. Within the Control Module, users are able to input common data elements used throughout ABIS, including customer information, banking counterpart information, rates, fees, currency conversion rates, interest rates, transaction codes and general information.

User access to the program is also controlled through this module. Varying levels of security can be established based upon the bank's authorization processes, enabling strict control over the input, approval and verification of all transactions.

In addition, the Common Control Module also controls the accounts to which transactions are posted to the General Ledger. Through ABIS's integrated structure, these data elements are available throughout the entire program, enabling changes to be made in a single location, assisting in the reduction of errors.

Input and update of basic data elements, including customer information, bank
    information, exchange rate, authorized users, transaction codes, etc.
Creation of posting codes for transactions, fees
Inquiry/Report by data element
Security level access through password and authorized user designations
Job authorization by user
Program access authorization by administrator

Customer and Bank information reports
Transaction reports by user
General Ledger Account code reports
Fee, foreign exchange, interest rate and currency reports
Business date reports


The Accounting Module gathers data from across the ABIS platform in order to accurately track business operations for reconcilement, settlement, audit and reporting activities. Daily and monthly closing procedures compile information for internal and external reporting and automatic and manual reconcilement procedures are allowed for transactions. Settlement activities enable the bank to see business projections by profit center at a glance, and approvals can be given for actions including customer account creation, payment order and customer transfers.

Summary transaction list by business date, job code, operator, etc.
Query/Report of cash and accrual basis Balance Sheets and P&L statements
Daily/Monthly re-evaluation of positions held
Query/Report average Balance Sheet
Query/Reprint of transaction vouchers
Compare and validate operator entries
Inquiry by deposit bank
Inter-office interest list
Creation of projected Balance Sheet and P&L for target dates
Profit analysis
Yield by business segment
Inquiry of daily profit and loss
Multiple currency management and reporting options
Automatic output of vouchers and posting of transactions
Client balance inquiry and limit management
Full reporting capabilities for management, audit and internal and external
Settlement and pre-settlement creation
Daily, Monthly and Yearly closings
Accrual data by profit center and customer
Automatic and Manual reconcilement
Transaction approvals
Expense entries
Recording and tracking of Fixed Assets

Balance Sheets (working, trial, adjusted, accumulated, average, forecast)
Profit & Loss Statements (working, adjusted, forecast)
Inter-office interest lists
Position revaluation lists
Transaction totals by period
Profit analysis reports
Reconciled transactions (actual and pending)
Vostro & Nostro accounts reports
Fee analysis
Fluctuation analysis
Loan reports
Customer reports
Head office and branch reporting
Preparation of statutory reports
Budget Reports


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