An expense tracking system - GFS X-Track - KGiSL

GFS X-Track

XTrack MF Expense Tracking System is a web-based application for Mutual fund Industry to track the expenses at multiple locations as a centralized system.

The application stands out with its highly sought out facilities. The reliability provided to the clients are unmatched with features like the attachment of notes, Tracking of approval/modification/rejection/re-Process, email alerts and parameter based auto escalation. With a definable workflow, it allows viewing of stored documents wherever required.

It possesses effective audit trails, process status dashboard reporting, data drill down and handy documents reduce the TAT.


There is a completely transparent approach which provides regular updates on implementation progress

Functional Highlights

  • User definable account heads and subheads with classification
  • Workflow based approval with options to pick and choose
  • Option of transactions having maker and checker doesn’t require a workflow approval
  • Mapping of tax sections to account heads
  • Dynamic allocations of schemes in transactions based on monthly file uploads
  • Generation of reports with multiple options and customizations as per needs
  • Dashboard for approvals
  • Customizable payment file generation and reverse file upload
  • Configurable bill entry
  • Multiple payee names and multiple bank accounts can be mapped to a vendor
  • Comprehensive expense management system
  • Mail-enabling competency on approval and rejections
  • Workflow based approvals
  • User configurable settings
  • Possibility of interfacing with external system
  • Data integrity audit
  • Tax computation
  • Security- Access based on a ‘need to know’ basis
  • Reliability- Maker checker facility enabled
  • Flexibility- Easy to configure
  • Best Practices- Access controls
  • Scalability – Effective load balancing
  • Management Commitment – Seasoned resources deployed
  • Quality deliverables at low cost
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