A comprehensive financial management system designed by AccuFund for non‑profit organizations and government & public administration.
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Accounting software for non-profits, municipalities and other government agencies is the specialty of AccuFund. The AccuFund Accounting Suite is powerful, flexible and affordable financial reporting and accounting software designed specifically for nonprofit organnizations, as well as towns, cities, counties, municipalities and government organizations.
Users applaud the simplicity of our Windows® interface and the consistency throughout all of our non-profit and government accounting software modules.
Non-profit and government managers appreciate the reporting functionality and comprehensiveness of the accounting software applications. The Accounting Suite includes all of the software modules most organizations require, tightly integrated in one solution.
The total cost of ownership (TCO) of AccuFund is typically lower than competitors. This is accomplished by reasonably priced software, lower training costs (because of ease-of-use factors) and a small hardware foot print requiring a lower hardware investment and less ongoing management.
AccuFund for Non-profits
AccuFund for Non-profits is a fund accounting suite designed specifically for non-profit organizations and is scalable to meet the needs of most accounting departments. AccuFund provides the simplicity of off-the shelf Windows products with the functionality required to effectively manage the complex FASB reporting requirements of these organizations. The AccuFund Accounting Suite includes a core system and a number of modules that may be added to customize the installation for a specific agency.
The AccuFund for Non-profits Core system includes:
Forms and Reports Generator
User Security System
AccuFund for Government
AccuFund for Government is an accounting suite designed specifically for government entities including municipalities, counties and special districts. AccuFund provides the simplicity of off-the shelf Windows products with the functionality required to effectively manage the complex GASB reporting requirements of these organizations.
AccuFund for Government Core system includes:
Forms and Reports Designer
User Security System
For municipalities, counties and special districts, AccuFund offers the following modules:
Court Fines Management
Real and Personal Property Tax Billing
Fees, Taxes and Licenses
Building Permits and Inspections
Add any of the following modules to complete the system:
Accounts Receivable with Inventory and Responsible Party Billing
Payroll and Labor Distribution
Employee Time Entry
Purchasing with Inventory
Online Requisitions (requires Purchasing)
Popular Functionality Modules
The General Ledger is the repository for all financial information in the AccuFund system. Some of the features of this module include: Create any account structure that…
The AccuFund Accounts Payable component provides vendor invoice management and check writing functions. The module supports multiple checking accounts, 1099 information, and…
The Accounts Receivable component of the AccuFund Accounting Suite provides a complete receivable management system for an organization dependent on billing other…
The Bank Reconciliation component provides full reconciliation of all AccuFund bank accounts. All checks and deposits are combined in a single, simple to use system. Also…
The financial report writer component allows you to produce any specialized financial presentation required by your board or granting agency. Other features of this…
The bad: not able to change descriptions after paying the vendor bill
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we are currently using the software to help us with the representative payee needs and for that it works perfectly. it does everything that we needed it to.
The good: multiple banks are very important to us and this software makes that process very easy. also important to us is safety and security unlike quicken and quickbooks I can not delete a record without a record this vastly helps with ensuring that your records are safe
The bad: the reports leave something to be desired
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The reporting capabilities are great, but require a fairly substantial amount of training to use to full potential. The grant tracking is exceptional as long as the proper amount of time is invested upfront getting the Chart of Accounts setup properly. It took a significant amount of time to setup/convert and learn the system, but should pay off in the long run.
The good: Reporting capabilities
The bad: It was a difficult transition from the outdated manufacturing software we were using to this fund accounting software.
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Heather from Reformed Presbyterian Church of North America says…
AccuFund is very flexible. We are an unusual non-profit organization, and we had a very complex chart of accounts. AccuFund has been able to handle that, and we’ve been able to modify almost everything to help streamline things on our end. I strongly recommend that you consider it in your list of options and have someone provide a demo and discuss with you how AF might be able to make life easier for your accounting staff.
The good: The payroll has been such an improvement over our last software. I’ve appreciated that it is very flexible and reasonably intuitive. The A/P allows for bills to be paid by ACH, which was also an upgrade for us. And, like I mentioned, the chart of accounts allowed for great flexibility, which we really needed.
The bad: The biggest disappointment with AF is the document storage. Yes, a picture or PDF can be stored in the system, but the viewing of that item is rather painful - zooming, sliding around, etc. Not pretty. I am really hoping they’ll upgrade that in the future because we’ve decided to forgo using it at this point because it was such a pain to use. The only other areas of disappointment were things that ended up being a little less straight-forward/streamlined for us than we would’ve liked, such as donor management (we didn’t purchase the A/R module or the donor mgmt module, so that’s probably our own fault…) and some bugs in payroll.