Accounting for your future with MIP Fund Accounting
A comprehensive, customizable solution, MIP Fund Accounting enables nonprofits, K-12 schools, municipalities, and healthcare organizations to make better financial decisions with greater precision. Track, report, and manage finances across your entire organization in one streamlined, future-proof platform.
Purpose-built fund accounting software is just one important component in helping organizations like yours achieve more for their communities. MIP Fund Accounting serves those who serve others and grow with your organization as it grows.
As a Community Brands’ technology, MIP is part of a team of more than 1,000 employees who work to support more than 100,000 purpose-driven organizations that employ our suite of products and use them to amplify their impact and achieve the most social good for their communities.
How MIP supports
501(c)3 organizations must closely manage expenditures and funds to keep their operations successful. Manage your books, account for complex financial processes, and streamline human resource concerns with our single software platform.
K-12 School Solutions
MIP Fund Accounting keeps all your financial records in one place, streamlining processes, increasing ops efficiencies, and ensuring record-keeping accuracies. Whether you’re a K-12 institution, college or university, or childcare facility, our user-friendly and customizable software makes accounting, tracking, and reporting easier so you can make informed financial decisions for your institution and demonstrate impact.
When it comes to governing, your agency must closely manage expenditures and funds to ensure proper stewardship of public funds. With 30+ years of government experience, MIP® is the fund accounting solution for governments and municipalities.
You do the most for patients, shouldn’t your fund accounting software do the most for you? MIP Fund Accounting® is centered around operational efficiency and reporting; better manage your financial flow to enable more accuracy in understanding your organization’s overall financial position