MIP Fund Accounting gives you the freedom to choose.

Comprehensive and scalable, MIP Fund Accounting is available in your choice of deployment, based on your organization’s unique needs. Best of all, you have the freedom to switch if or when you are ready.
With more than 30 years as the industry leader for fund accounting, we are continuing to expand MIP as a truly innovative, best-in-class solution. It’s built from the ground up specifically for the modern nonprofit.
MIP Cloud

Organizations that choose MIP Cloud:

  • Are already in the cloud or ready to move
  • Prefer a web-based, modern UI
  • Have reliable internet connectivity
  • Support staff that are in multiple locations
  • Desire anytime, anywhere access
  • Prefer to pay a single monthly subscription
  • Do not have full-time IT staff, or prefer lessened IT overhead
MIP On-Premises

Organizations that choose MIP on-site:

  • Require an on-premises accounting system because of IT policies
  • Support staff that are primarily co-located
  • Prefer to pay up front with annual maintenance and support
  • Have in-house or contracted IT staff
  • Prefer to maintain control of product upgrades

Here’s what finance + nonprofit professionals say about MIP Fund Accounting.

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“Every new employee who has worked in the system has been able to quickly and easily understand and use MIP.”

-- Humberto Duran, Chief Financial Officer, Mariposa Community Health Center


"Our greatest challenge with our organization is the multiple programs we offer and the different funding sources we have to report to. We have foundations, we have grants, and we have individual donors. MIP has allowed us to pull all these pieces together and report even in different fiscal years versus calendar year, as well as provide excellent board reports to our board.”

-- Karen Kelly, Executive Director, Homer Senior Citizen’s Incorporated

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“Moving to the cloud subscription was really integral to us. If something happened to this building, or if we had some sort of catastrophic event here, we’d still have access to everything by way of the cloud.”

-- Alison Rumler-Gomez, Executive Director, CAPCIL