Aplos and Church Community Builder software now integrate

Aplos, a nonprofit accounting software company, now integrates with cloud-based church management software company Church Community Builder.

Saint Mary's Romanian Orthodox Church stands in Anaheim, California, U.S., on Friday, Sept. 16, 2016. This year, almost 1,800 Romanians have been apprehended at the southern U.S. border, up from fewer than 400 in all of last year and just a few dozen in 2008, according to government statistics. They are propelled by an anti-immigrant wave sweeping Europe and pushing the Roma across the Atlantic Ocean. Photographer: Patrick T. Fallon/Bloomberg

Through this API integration, Church Community Builder shares real-time data with Aplos. All contributions collected in Church Community Builder are automatically recorded in Aplos Accounting.

Churches have unique accounting needs, including tracking designated funds, departmental accounting, multi-site tracking, and generating granular reports. Both companies serve small-to-large-sized churches with cloud-based software geared towards the specific needs of nonprofit organizations.

“Our new partnership and integration with Aplos Software … will greatly decrease the amount of administrative time that administrators currently have with double-entry processes,” said Brian Ferris, ecosystem product manager at Church Community Builder, in a statement.

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