Saint Louis, MO—Concordia Technology Solutions (CTS), a division of Concordia Publishing House, announces the release of Church360°® Ledger—web-based finance software designed exclusively for churches. It’s easy-to-use software that streamlines the accounting process so balancing budgets and managing accounts is simple and intuitive.
“We understand the challenges churches face when it comes to money management,” says Bob Lail, pastor and Church360° software developer. “That’s why we’ve designed software that caters to both experienced accountants and volunteers with basic bookkeeping skills, so anyone can manage church finances with confidence and ease.”
Church360° Ledger is based on the principles of fund accounting—a type of accounting that emphasizes accountability over profitability. And because churches often operate with a mix of paid staff and volunteers, they face a unique set of challenges when it comes to money management. That’s why Church360° Ledger provides numerous options for adding users and setting the appropriate permissions. This way, the right information is accessible to the right people without any additional cost.
Churches can try Church360° Ledger free for 37 days. No commitment is necessary and it takes less than 60 seconds to sign up at 360ledger.com.
Church360° Ledger is the latest addition to the Church360° suite, which also includes Church360° Members and Church360° Unite. Visit church360.org to learn more about this complete suite of web-based church management software.
Concordia Publishing House is the official publisher of The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod. For more than 140 years, CPH has striven to be the premier publisher and provider of choice for products and services that are faithful to the Scriptures and the Lutheran Confessions.
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