Transparency is the name of the game for charities so AccountsIQ offers you unrivalled analytical opportunities to report on income and expenditure by cost centre, project, campaign and funding source, for example. Unique parallel GL coding with extended analytical dimensions is one of the key differences between AccountsIQ charity accounting software and the more restricted entry-level, start-up cloud packages.
Combine the power of AccountsIQ analysis with the reach of our reporting options to meet all the demands on you. Reporting for donors, trustees, management and regulators is covered with ease. From Charities SORP 2015 (FRS102) compliant statements (SOFA) to the demands of a growing and more complex organisation (e.g. trading subsidiaries) as well as investments and equity/loan based payments rather than grants; AccountsIQ has an option for you.
You are quite likely to be heavily devolved with delegation of key tasks to local operations across each country where you operate. AccountsIQ is suited to ensure local staff, without sophisticated accounting training or background can use our online tools to approve spend and monitor project performance with ease. All this can be done securely with our detailed user profiling to ensure visibility and transparency is managed securely.
Naturally, you need to make the best use of funds so choosing AccountsIQ is your first and best cost-saving decision. Our Cloud accounting software is available for an affordable monthly fee without the need to purchase and maintain costly IT infrastructure. AccountsIQ also allows you to check project budget before spend is committed and monitor performance in real time meeting the governance expectations with delegated responsibilities. Read John Tate's review (ex-Charity Finance Group) of AccountsIQ's suitability for charities to see how we do it.
Our recent Charity Finance Webinar in conjunction with leading non-profit Humentum, demonstrates AccountsIQ's accounting software capability for charities. Humentum's Finance Director, Jocelyn Boughton also shared their digital finance transformation story.