Ledgers is a fully managed cloud database for recording user balances and transactions. Any software product that has to track the movement of value to and from user accounts needs a reliable system of record. Having an immutable, scalable, double-entry ledger is the gold standard for businesses with complex or high-velocity payment flows.
You can try Ledgers by signing up and making calls to the Ledgers API. Ledgers can be used independently of the rest of the functionality in Modern Treasury. There are also powerful links for tying payments activity in Modern Treasury to information on your ledger.
A set of guides was created to streamline your journey onboarding onto Ledgers:
- Review our guarantees to understand the basic principles governing debits and credits, write atomicity, immutability, and more;
- Review our guides to ledger objects; debits and credits; and ingesting data from other systems for foundational concepts around object taxonomy, account normality and unifying data from other systems;
- Review our use case and quickstart guides for information on how to map Ledgers against your use case;
- Review linking to other Modern Treasury objects to map statuses of Ledgers objects to other objects in the Modern Treasury product suite.
Get in touch if you have any questions about using Ledgers.
Updated about 1 year ago