AccuFund, Inc. has expanded the capabilities of its AccuFund Accounting Suite by integrating it with Excel-based financial reporting software F9 Professional Version 5, allowing it to create customizable reports in Excel.

AccuFund, a provider of financial reporting and accounting software for nonprofit, municipal and government organizations, has expanded the capabilities in the software. F9 is an individual business of Vancouver, B.C.-based software developer Infor.

"F9 Professional Version 5 gives our customers who are more comfortable working in Excel the flexibility of having another financial reporting option that directly links to their most current information without requiring exporting or manual entries," said AccuFund president Peter Stam. "F9 Professional Version 5 for AccuFund also provides users with the ability to create graphical presentations of their data without re-keying the source data.”

Key improvements to the AccuFund Accounting Suite are: cell-based reporting, consolidation, drill down, multiple date ranges, multiple currencies, lists of account segments, report analysis and Excel forms; the ability to interact with F9 directly from the Excel spreadsheet;  reporting controls that display in a drop-down format for quick selection of filters; and data analysis and visualization tools that enable users to analyze information, spot trends and access organization or agency information

F9 Professional Version 5 for the AccuFund Accounting Suite is available now in both the Standard and Professional editions of AccuFund for $2,294 for the first user and $1,029 for each additional user.

For more information, visit www.accufund.com.

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