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Your Nonprofit Could Be Susceptible to Fraud

Your nonprofit organization means everything to you. The work you do matters and as a leader of your nonprofit, it’s your fiduciary responsibility to make a choice that will keep your nonprofit out of the hands of fraud. But you can only continue your work if you have money to support it. How do you manage the money your nonprofit receives, but still keep it safe from embezzlement?

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Denali Online Training

We now offer training online! Instead of having to travel to one of our on-site regional trainings, you can purchase one of our prerecorded module-specific videos to view at your convenience!

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Dallas Regional Training

October 15-19, 2018
Join Us for Regional Training
Dallas, Texas
This training offers step-by-step instruction on how to get the most out of Denali with one of our corporate trainers.

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3 Key Features of Denali Business Intelligence

A challenge for any business or nonprofit organization is the ability to analyze data from multiple sources and transform it into meaningful information. Business Intelligence (BI), analyzes the data for you and creates reports, graphs, charts, and other visual aids to give you further insight into your organization’s performance. A step up from simple dashboards of years past, BI software offers drill down options, forecasting, trends, and alerts that truly help you plan for the future.

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A Hard Look At The Hard Close

Under a hard close (also known as a fast close), organizations audit and “close the books” after a set period of time. For most organizations, the time period coincides with the end of a month, quarter, and year. The term “hard close” is meant to describe the situation in which all of the transactions for the period (based on the transaction date) have been processed and there is no more financial activity allowed for that period.

The “hard close” process may have a number of steps and specific actions that vary depending on the business or organization, but the accounting team generally reviews the figures and checks all of the organization’s financial records for the time period. These can include revenue and expense accruals, overhead allocations, and updating reserve accounts.

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Cougar Mountain Software

Cougar Mountain Software develops leading on-premises accounting solutions that scale to clients’ needs while maintaining an unbreakable audit trail.