MIP evaluated
August 24, 2016

MIP evaluated

Nancy Wallace | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with Abila MIP Fund Accounting

It is used by the accounting department to manage grants, restricted funds and grants.
  • It is particularly good at managing restrictions and named funds.
  • It makes budgeting and an analysis of budget versus actual simple.
  • One can create custom reports that are effective and efficient.
  • With recurring in trees when One clicks on them the entry has a notation that says recurring entry. It should allow one to put a description at the recurrent entry screen
  • N/A - we have had it for too long to evaluate like this.
MIP is great at doing this. It is what it does best.
Each not-for-profit is different. If it's an association QuickBooks works fine. Generally once you have restricted funds either blackbaud or MIP becomes the better solution. Many nonprofits use Great Plains Microsoft GP but with its inability to report multiple grant periods and it's not being able to do true fund accounting, it's an expensive choice with lots of frustration.
It's really good for non-profits that have restrictions and grants that cross fiscal years. The reporting functionality is great.

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