Does ICONCMO do what Quickbooks does plus membership data
Church Accounting Software Question
We are in transition. We just purchased the newest Quickbooks Pro to update our old version, and then heard that some members of the finance committee had purchased ICONCMO and were entering membership data. We are confused.
Is ICONCMO actually a quick-books-like tool with good membership data management capabilities, or is it mainly a membership data tool?
If we used ICONCMO for membership data including contributions, and kept Quickbooks for everything else, would we be maintaining two set of books -- which we, of course, do not want to do.
We're trying to integrate earlier record-keeping, which was disbursed, into one software package so that we can produce fully integrated reports.
There seem to be a range of opinions on this matter in the church. We want to conform to general accepted accounting practice. For a 200-family congregation, should we be going with ICONCMO, or something like it, exclusively?