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How a Mission Organization Uses Technology to Increase Visibility and Impact

In 1972, Sharon Johnson went to Haiti to direct a choir that was traveling around the country. As she looked into the faces in the crowds, she fell in love with the people of Haiti. She returned each year with her husband, Bob, and over time, they felt the need to provide the people of Haiti with help every day and not just once or twice a year. In 1983 they formed what is today Mission of Hope: Haiti (MOH).

Officially founded in 1998, MOH has since grown from a small mission located on a barren piece of land, to a fruitful organization that now houses an onsite orphanage, medical facility, school, and church. Through partnerships, MOH also serves outside of its property by helping other orphanages, churches, and schools throughout the country.

Topics: Mission Organization Customer Success Faith-Based Not-for-profit Industry

Sage Intacct and AcctTwo Share a Commitment to Giving

When the tech-giant Sage announced plans to acquire Intacct we were excited for several reasons. Obviously, the resources of Sage Intacct would grow, which would allow us to offer more to clients, but we also knew that Sage shared our deep commitment to giving.

Topics: non-profit Mission Organization Faith-Based

Church Accounting Software Buyer Trends for 2018

There are two developments transforming the way that churches operate. First, churches are increasingly relying on technology to manage large congregations, different initiatives and departments, and ever-expanding footprints. Second, they are increasingly obligated to practice accounting with the sophistication and transparency that people expect from major companies and large nonprofits.

Topics: church accounting accounting software Faith-Based

Video: Gateway Church Finance Team Discusses the Benefits of AcctTwo and Sage Intacct

Monty Carpenter, Director of Business Administration, and Libni Rodriguez, Director of Project Management, at Gateway Church in Dallas/Ft. Worth talk about their relationship with AcctTwo and the benefits of Sage Intacct's best-in-class accounting and ERP software for churches and faith-based organizations.

Topics: Videos Customer Success testimonials Faith-Based Not-for-profit Industry church accounting

Success Story: Seacoast Church Uses Intacct to Manage 13 Campuses

13 campuses, 25 funds, 80 departments — and lots of accounting challenges

We're always proud of the work we do and the relationships we build with each and every one of our customers, but when we get feedback years down the road and get to hear how transformative Intacct and our implementation team have been, it's very special. Seacoast Church, an AcctTwo customer in the Carolinas, recently contributed to a story in Church Executive Magazine about how the multi-site church, with 12 physical locations and an online campus, needed a powerful accounting tool that could provide consistent financial reporting across locations and ministries.

Topics: church accounting Financial Reporting Fund Accounting Not-for-profit Industry Faith-Based

Intacct Dimensions: Why it Matters.

Intacct Dimensions - Business Metrics without Exploding Your Chart of Accounts

In today’s fast-paced business environment, senior managers require real-time metrics to measure the performance of their organizations. And, as the need for information increases, the time window to react and make informed decisions decreases.

Topics: Intacct Dimensions Informational Software Industry Not-for-profit Industry Faith-Based Customer Success

Intacct, the Ministry Tool that Helps Faith-Based Organizations Reach their Visionary Goals


“Drowning in a sea of Excel spreadsheets.“

“Plagued by confusion, delays and lack of confidence in reporting.”

“Cost and headaches of on-premise accounting systems and IT infrastructure.”

“Need for a user-friendly cloud solution that would support anytime, anywhere access while minimizing IT efforts.”


Topics: Faith-Based Intacct Dimensions church accounting

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

Church Finance: 3 Reasons to Dig Yourself out of Excel

Do You Have the POWER?

Since the inception of Excel, almost 30 years ago, Microsoft has been improving the computing power of the spreadsheet. As business intelligence requirements emerged, the need for unique calculations - graphing and macros (automating tasks in a spreadsheet) - became instrumental in the process of gathering and reporting data. For many years, analysts have lived and breathed in Excel. Excel provided users with the ability to produce results with automated computing power.  For those buried in the data, this was a life saver. 

Topics: spreadsheets church ministry Faith-Based Excel

Why is merging membership information with financial data important for churches?

Financial data is important, but so is operational data

In order to help us build and shape our church, we must track membership activity both in giving and participation. Creating a healthy community of believers is a primary goal for any church. As we grow the church, our analytics produce different results than those in the business world but our ability to evaluate the health of both our members and our finances is paramount to the success of the church.

Topics: management reporting Faith-Based Financial Reporting