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Glen Strack

Glen Strack

Recent Posts by Glen Strack:

Are Your Reports Investor Worthy?

To quote Wayne’s World, “We're not worthy!”, is how most startups feel when reporting to investors, or potential investors, with their outdated Excel sheets riddled with manual errors. You started your startup on the core belief that your product or service is game changing, and you want the world to know it. But the minute you get in front of an investor you start to second guess yourself and your numbers.

Topics: Business Intelligence / Analytics SaaS Financial Reporting analytics business intelligence Financial Analysis, Ratios and KPIs Dashboards Start-Up Accounting SaaS Startup Guidance Investor Reporting

The Top 4 Challenges of Church Accounting Software and Their Solutions

Within nonprofit Finance and Accounting, church back offices have unique challenges to solve with church accounting software solutions. Thankfully, with new accounting and ERP technologies designed for and affordable for churches, these unique challenges have better results than ever before to help maximize stewardship.

Topics: church accounting church ministry

Dimensions in Accounting Software Part 2: Churches

How Is Dimensional Accounting Software a Must-Have for Churches?

I'm excited to follow up Baran Sonmez's recent blog post on Dimensions in Accounting Software with a look at how dimensionality is particularly important in the world of churches and faith-based organizations. For some background, I'm a Professional Services Manager at AcctTwo. As a tax accountant, programmer, and Intacct reporting and implementation specialist, I've spent more than 25 years in finance and technology, particularly church finance, and I've held financial analyst and finance director positions at two churches in the Dallas/Fort Worth area. I have a little experience with this!

Topics: Not-for-profit Industry church accounting church ministry Faith-Based Intacct Dimensions