The Church finance automation you need to accelerate your mission
Demonstrate Outcomes and Impact
Track meals served, books distributed, and visitors welcomed to demonstrate the impact of donations.
Our church accounting experts have literally walked in your shoes. We've helped hundreds of churches.
Get the single source of truth you need enabled by church accounting experts who know your challenges.
Easily manage and earmark funds for specific purposes. Automation makes it easy to manage.
Safeguard your church financial management with an automated system that ensures tight controls.
Many religious organizations rely on volunteers who may not have experience with accounting software.
Survey respondents just like you have stated that investing in cloud technologies can have far-reaching benefits for faith-based congregations, including:
You'll get a predictable, low monthly fee.
Anytime, Anywhere Access
Securely available on your preferred devices.
Easily manage multiple, and for-profit entities.
Case Study: Seacoast Church improved their month-end by 5 days with experts from AcctTwo
Seacoast Church has grown to more than 15,000 weekly churchgoers across 14 campuses. After nearly 20 years on Shelby Systems, Seacoast upgraded to a new cloud-based solution that could better handle the needs of an expanding multi-campus church with the help of AcctTwo. Glenn Wood, the pastor of church administration at Seacoast, shared, “Our chart of accounts got very complex and as we added more locations, we faced a number of data management challenges with our old system."
With AcctTwo's help, Seacoast Church has:
Since 2010, AcctTwo has helped more than 800 high-growth organizations when they outgrew QuickBooks, or decided to replace legacy solutions like Shelby, Abila, Microsoft Dynamics or Sage. AcctTwo is top-rated by our customers on G2 and has been named to the Inc. 5000 four times, so you can confidently count on us for your modern church accounting software solution and more.
Sage Intacct has been delivering best-in-class accounting software for nearly 20 years. Sage Intacct is consistently ranked the #1-rated nonprofit accounting software and is the only cloud accounting software endorsed by the AICPA.
Download our 20-page eBook to see how cloud financial accounting software or church ERP software enables religious organizations to demonstrate good stewardship to their congregations, committees, staff, and fiduciaries.
Imagine being on the leadership team and the CFO of your organization abruptly leaves. There’s no transition time. How many months does that set you behind? This eBook outlines the steps to prevent chaos.
In this White Paper, find out the ways to use outcome metrics to show funders and constituents how the organization is performing while paving the way to sustainable growth and greater efficiency.
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Change may be inevitable, but it certainly isn’t easy. Find out how a cloud church financial system or online church accounting software can provide your business with the tools to adapt to and successfully compete in a connected, digital world.
Supercharge your Sage Intacct cloud financial software with the expertise of the largest Sage Intacct Development Team. Find out how our team has taken Sage Intacct from good to great. Think about that wish list of customizations to automate your unique processes or other requirements. Reach out to us with your craziest idea. We love a good challenge!
Our outsourced, Managed Accounting Service for Churches provides you with a full accounting department with hundreds of collective hours of experience in church finance, some of them having been controllers and accountants at various Churches. We handle the day-to-day processes that would normally be staffed in-house, but without the added hassles of hiring and retaining industry experts. Keeping up-to-date on the latest accounting standards, and being constantly worried about internal controls will be a thing of the past.