Maintaining database accuracy is crucial to keeping your nonprofit running smoothly.
While MIP Fund Accounting fills the broad requirements of most nonprofit organizations, occasionally custom database services are required to meet unique needs. DWD’s highly trained consultants offer customized database services to help MIP fill your organization’s requirements.
Recurring information can be imported into MIP from another software program. Examples of data interfaces include:
- Import (rather than key) your third party payroll amounts
- Transfer Excel data easily and accurately into MIP
- Learn more about MIP data interfaces.
One-time information being transferred from your existing accounting system or electronic worksheet. Examples of data imports include:
- Vendor & customers – ID #’s, names, account #’s, addresses, phone numbers, terms, etc.
- Chart of Accounts – general ledger codes, programs, grants, locations, etc.
- Learn more about MIP data imports.
Database modifications can be made to MIP to retroactively apply changes or meet future requirements. Examples of database modifications include:
- Expand the length of one of your chart segments
- Modify your database’s fiscal year-end
- Learn more about MIP database modifications.