Fresno, CA (PRWEB) October 22, 2012
Nonprofits will have enhanced accounting management and detailed reporting at their fingertips with today’s release of the new version of Aplos Accounting, the web-based fund accounting software designed for small nonprofits and faith-based organizations by Aplos Software, LLC.
“This new version demonstrates that we listen closely to our customers’ feedback and continue to strive toward enhancing our system to meet their unique needs,” said Tim Goetz, CPA and co-founder of Aplos Software. “Unlike a desktop accounting software that requires customers to purchase the latest version, Aplos customers benefit from our web-based software and receive immediate upgrades without added cost.”
The new version of Aplos Accounting released today offers interactive reporting for users to view their account summaries, and then mine for specific transaction details with the simple click of the mouse. This new feature complements Aplos Accounting’s existing set of customizable reports for quick and easy analysis and reporting.
The new software update also increases the functionality of the Check Register so users can now search or sort their transactions to easily find the transaction needed. In addition, the Check Register can now split transactions between a larger number of accounts than previously. For example, if a church purchases a large order of supplies, but desires to split the cost between a large number of ministries that have their own fund accounts, it is now simpler than ever to reflect this in the fund accounting software.
The new version of Aplos Accounting also showcases an updated design with a more user-friendly and intuitive layout for simplified navigation. This includes a redesigned Aplos App Store for users to easily purchase additional apps that meet the specific needs of their organization, such as contribution management, budgeting, bank reconciliation, check printing and a people database.
Fund Accounting Software Specific for Small Nonprofits and Faith-based Organizations
Aplos Accounting, designed for the specific fund accounting needs of small churches, faith-based organizations and not-for-profit organizations, is so simple a non-accountant can use it comfortably and accurately. In addition to providing all of the essential accounting functions, Aplos’s Cloud-based software empowers nonprofits to easily share reports with board members or accountants, access accounting from a home computer and no longer worry about saving a backup in case a hard drive crashes – all from Aplos Accounting's secure platform.
Aplos Software’s web-based fund accounting suite is priced from $11.99 up to $30.95 per month based on the number of users and functionality needed. Nonprofits can also register for a free 15-day free trial. Visit http://www.aplossoftware.com for more information or call Aplos Software at (888) 274-1316.