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Aplos Software Adds Admin Product to NP Cloud Accounting Suite


Nonprofit and faith-based cloud accounting product maker Aplos Software has released Aplos Oversight, a new administrative oversight product that enables an authorized user to establish and oversee the accounting for multiple nonprofits.

With Aplos Oversight, administrators of nonprofits and faith-based organizations can use a single log in to view the accounting data for all participating local organizations in real time. Aplos Oversight also helps accountants and bookkeepers have immediate access to their nonprofit client’s accounting.

In addition, administrators using Aplos Oversight can also standardize accounts across their organization by implementing a custom chart of accounts for each office resulting in more ordered analysis of the finances of the overall organization.

“Aplos Oversight is the perfect solution to the common problem of obtaining timely, accurate and consistent accounting information from a large number of small nonprofits that administrators of church denominations, church planting organizations and nonprofit headquarters frequently face,” said CPA and Aplos co-founder Tim Goetz.

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.

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