Technology collaboration allows for seamless integration of transaction data.
Nonprofit, government, and faith-based organizations continue to choose the gold standard in true fund accounting™ to manage financial complexity.
April 26, 2016Abila Adds 24 New netFORUM and Freestone Clients
Organizations continue to choose Abila's industry-leading association and learning management software to enhance membership value.
Study looks at how length and frequency of content, personal touch, events, and volunteering, as well as how money is spent can inspire more loyal donors.
New Benefit Enrollment module extends MIP's HR Management suite, providing a comprehensive solution for organizations to better manage employees.
AUDC 2016 attendees leave inspired and ready to further their mission.
President’s Circle Awards recipients will be honored this week at Abila’s annual conference, AUDC 2016.
Editors find MIP Advance offers users flexibility of a cloud-based system, strong fund management and reporting options, is well suited for nonprofits and government entities that manage multiple funds and require advanced reporting capabilities.
February 18, 2016Abila Adds More than 20 New Fundraising Clients
Organizations continue to choose Abila’s fundraising and donor management software to increase engagement and raise more funds February 18, 2016 – AUSTIN, Texas – As nonprofit leaders look to better engage constituents and explore new giving models, they continue to choose Abila’s fundraising and donor management solutions for their organizations. Abila sees strong growth in
February 17, 2016Abila Releases Nonprofit Finance and Fundraising Collaboration Study
Differing priorities, variances in reporting metrics, and lack of communication are top challenges; software integrations important to collaboration February 17, 2016 – AUSTIN, Texas – Abila, the leading provider of software and services to nonprofits, associations, and government entities, today announced findings from its Nonprofit Finance and Fundraising Collaboration Study. The study explores the current