Aplos Software has introduced Aplos Advanced Accounting, a fund-based financial system for nonprofit and religious organizations.

Advanced Accounting builds on the company’s standard financial system used by more than 14,000 organizations worldwide. Among other enhancements, Advanced Accounting offers more extensive reporting and analytics for organizations that want greater visibility into the health and performance of specific departments, campaigns and projects.

“As nonprofits and churches grow, their financial management requirements become more complex,” said Aplos Software CEO Tim Goetz in a statement. “The obligation to track income and expenses at a granular level, and to share data with key stakeholders, increases. We built Advanced Accounting so they can slice-and-dice data easily, and understand in real-time exactly how their organization is performing, down to the smallest details.”

Advanced Accounting includes features for nonprofits to manage budgets for each of their designated funds, enabling tight controls for managers. Organizations can build custom reports by department, campaign, project or custom segment to track the finances of each program, monitor the health of multiple sites, or share department financials with managers. Aplos also enables organizations that have multiple entities to manage multiple books and create roll-up reports.

Reporting segmentation features enable multi-site churches to pull reports for each campus and departments or ministries across campuses. Churches can also manage the books of separate ministries or an on-site preschool.

Aplos continues to offer Aplos Standard Accounting for nonprofits that have simpler needs and want more streamlined reporting. Aplos Advanced Accounting starts at $120 per month for a single user or $200 per month for unlimited users. For more information, visit www.aplos.com.

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