CC NonProfit 2.1 Released

By September 29, 2011July 26th, 2019CCNonProfit, News, Product Information

Cleveland Consulting, Inc., is pleased to announce the release of CC NonProfit v2.1.

Most significantly, this version adds a Change Log to the Donations amount field. This feature was added at the suggestion of a fiscal officer at Ohio State University, who recommended it to provide a high level of internal control for a nonprofit organization. (We won’t mention that this fiscal officer happens to be the spouse of the CC NonProfit product manager.) The related report on the Change Log will allow administrators of an organization to view any changes to the amount of donations, with the date, account of the person making the change, and the reason for the change. (Of course, to be effective the Change Log must be paired with appropriate FileMaker account security.)

This release also adds a feature frequently requested by our customers: the option to print address labels for bulk correspondence mailings. This option supplements the ability to print addresses directly on envelopes which was part of the previous version.

In addition, this new version updates its import wizard to include importing data from CC NonProfit Free and from version 2.0, as well as from v1.x.

You can continue to check out CC NonProfit on a public server, at fmp7:// Or, test out our lighter version, CC NonProfit Free. When you’re ready, purchase this latest release of CC NonProfit.

Court Bowman

Author Court Bowman

Court Bowman has been working with in the IT field his whole life, working as a network engineer, database developer in Oracle and Progress and as a IT director for several firms. He has been working with FileMaker Pro since version 2 and has been a reoccurring speaker at the FileMaker developer conference. Apart from his expertise in FileMaker Pro he has experience in system architecture and design, data modeling and database architecture. He also has years of experience as a process and workflow consultant and has helped with the design and deployment of hundreds of systems in FileMaker and on the web.

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