We serve privately held and family businesses, angel and venture-backed companies, public companies, foundations, not-for-profit and public sector organizations, and high net worth individuals and their families.
MIP by Community Brands, Microix, and Sage Fixed Assets Software
We are proud to be an MIP by Community Brands, Microix, and Sage Fixed Assets Software Partner, supporting the following award-winning solutions for not-for-profits:
MIP Fund Accounting Software
MIP’s award-winning Fund Accounting software has been specifically designed to meet the diverse reporting requirements of not-for-profit organizations and some governmental agencies. Some of its features include:
Cloud-based or on-premise solution with an intuitive Windows interface;
Flexible and easy to use;
Ability to track multiple segments, such as funding sources and programs;
Built-in, flexible report-writer, which allows for fast and easy generation of reports for internal and external audiences;
An automatic budget warning system; and
Built-in internal controls.
Many social service organizations struggle with tracking program financial activities. It’s challenging to maintain an accounting system for specific grants, not to mention a system for multiple government and foundation grants.
As a result, organizations end up tracking income and expenses in spreadsheets, organized by grant and by year. Unfortunately, keeping spreadsheets current and accurate can become an administrative challenge.
Additional time is then spent converting the spreadsheet into status reports for funders, rather than creating reports directly from your accounting system. MIP by Community Brands can address this challenge.
With MIP, you have the ability to:
Set up each funding source with unique conditions to ensure compliance with the funding requirements;
Track income and expenses for each project and program, even if funded by multiple sources and covering multiple fiscal years;
Take advantage of tracking and customized reporting to provide transparency for funders.
Clark Nuber has successfully implemented MIP in over 100 not-for-profit organizations and governmental agencies. We are ready to solve your financial management challenges with improved efficiency and automation.
Microix is a third-party authorized software development partner for MIP by Community Brands Fund Accounting Software. Microix provides add-on modules that are capable of extending the current functionality and investments in the software. It offers popular workflow solutions in the following areas:
Microix’s key functionality includes multi-level approval process, reporting to Microsoft Excel, email notifications, and seamless integration with MIP.
With Fundraising 50, you get complete command over the management of gifts and donor information. Everything you need comes in one powerful, flexible, and affordable package:
Profile donors with ease;
Get information quickly with the Ad-Hoc Reporting Feature; and
Automatically generate over 40 standard reports with unlimited custom options.
Sage Fixed Assets
Sage Fixed Assets delivers powerful, easy-to-use fixed asset management solutions to commercial, not-for-profit, and government organization of all sizes:
Monitor important changes, such as Depreciation, Planning, Tracking and Reporting; and
Manage the entire lifecycles of all your fixed assets – from acquisition to transfers and disposals – and maintain reliable, relevant, useful data.
Clark Nuber is a Sage Fixed Assets Certified Sales Consultant. To schedule a product demonstration, click here.
Ready to talk? Please contact us for more information.
MIP by Community Brands, MIP™, MIP Advance™, MIP Fund Accounting™, and true fund accounting™ are trademarks and registered trademarks of MIP, Inc. in the United States and other countries. They are used by permission.
“The team at Clark Nuber PS were invaluable in leading us through the MIP Software implementation process. They helped us tremendously with our complex reporting requirements as well as the development of our chart of accounts. They even had the forethought to recommend setting up an extra segment that we were able to utilize later.”
– Matthew Poth, Director of Finance, Washington STEM