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Fund E-Z Accounting 9.0
FUND E-Z Accounting Base System Version 9.0 (http://www.fundez.com/index.asp) is a multi-module affordable system which can take care of all of your accounting and fund raising needs in a single application. FUND E-Z can track funds, general ledger accounts, create allocations and budgets. This system has a “drill down” feature which allows users to move through multiple layers of detailed reports into the source transaction and edit and fix errors. The fixed reports will refresh instantly. Another nice and unique feature is the audit checker which tracks modified and deleted data by user numbers, date and time stamps. This feature is essential if you have multiple entities that require joint reporting to ensure all data is correct and error free.
FUND E-Z is very easy to install, the menus are designed to makes entering data and creating reports easy and efficient. Fund E-Z multi-user is well thought out and can be used by multiple entities that require joint reporting. The security is excellent. The administrator has complete control over what a user can and cannot do; it can track failed and successful logins as well as time spent in the system. FUND E-Z is a versatile multi-functional system which enables the users to handle all of the organizations accounting and fundraising needs in one application which can also be shared with other entities.
FUND E-Z can be purchased and downloaded from the company website and installed after entering the registration key. System requirements are; Windows 98/ME/NT/2000/2003/XP, all Windows networking products are fully supported. You need a 450MHz or higher processor, 512+ RAM, 50MB disk space for program files. The system has export capabilities for all reports to numerous formats and applications including MS Word, Excel, Lotus, Adobe Acrobat, CSV files, and more.
Ease of use, configuration, and deployment
The system can be installed on a stand alone computer or shared with others. The whole process of installing, configuring and deployment is quite easy and very little time is needed before you are up and running. The FUND E-Z has a utilities module which includes; back-up and restore utilities, a full suite of security tools including data cleaners and data editing tools. There is a complete set of training demos and other materials to help answer any questions that may arise. Updates can be downloaded from the company’s website. Overall this system is very easy to use and maintain regardless of the size of your nonprofit organization.
FUND E-Z is an affordable system which can be used to take care of all of your accounting and fundraising need in a single application. It is specifically designed to allow nonprofit organizations to customize the system to fit their individual needs. This is a versatile multi-functional system which enables the users to handle all of the organizations accounting and fundraising needs.
The program can be purchased as a single user application with prices starting at $695 and up depending on number of licenses, add-ons, and type of annual support package purchased.
User friendly and nice layout
Instant access to data and reports
Huge selection of reports and data analyzing tools
Excellent training materials and support resources
Additional licenses and annual support costs can boost the cost of the system
The functionality and diverse options in the FUND E-Z Base System blew me away! I was astonished at what this software was able to do. I have never used a system which was as easy as this to create complex reports in a matter of minutes. Usually you have to have hours of training and then it takes a vast amount of time to create one report. With the preset reports in this system it takes a matter of minutes to create financial reports. I just want to say, Kudos, to the diligent professionals at FUND E-Z Development Corporation. They truly understand the needs of a nonprofit organization and are constantly improving their software technology to meet them. Last modified on Sunday, 02 June 2013