Churches and Nonprofits: Making the S.M.A.R.T. Move to Cloud Accounting

Smart loud Accounting for ChurchesAs a finance manager or administrator, you may have heard a lot of news about organizations are saving money by moving to the cloud. You may have even heard from us how beneficial cloud computing can be for your business. Moving to the cloud can save time, money, and headaches. However, we want to help you make a successful move to cloud computing that will allow you to justify this move and the related return on investment.

As a manager, you may have heard of the S.M.A.R.T. acronym, standing for Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Relevant, and Time-Bound. Made popular by George T. Doran, you should expect those goals from both your management team and your cloud provider.

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Churches Gain Faith in Cloud Computing [Infographic]

Surviving Cloud NightmareIt’s a scary fact, but some cloud applications do not meet the needs of growing businesses.  Be it a compliance issue, a security issue, or even poor planning that leaves a cloud provider declaring bankruptcy; there can be issues for which your business must be prepared before signing a Service-Level Agreement.

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Case Study: Intacct Provides Streamlined Reporting

Intacct Case Study ChurchChurch Organization Discovers That Intacct’s Automated Financial Processes Provide Faster, More Streamlined Reporting

While Southern Baptist-affiliated Potential Church was seeing exponential expansion in terms of membership, facilities and budget, the organization found that QuickBooks was slowing down its accounting processes. The software system previously was used to support the organization’s accounts payable processes, invoices and deposits. Potential Church soon found that QuickBooks was time consuming to use and support. In addition, the program’s IT requirements had become increasingly burdensome.

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