Save the date for INNOVATE 2018
April 10-12, at the Marriot Newport in Newport, Rhode Island
• 5 tracks covering Intacct, MIP, Adaptive Insights, Financial Strategy and Innovate Solutions
• Hands-on Training
• 1:1 sessions with JMT Consultants
• Earn up to 12 hours of CPE credits
A look back at INNOVATE 2017
A sample of sessions from INNOVATE 2017
Financial Leadership Track
The Effect of ASU 2016-14 on Nonprofit Finance
Speaker- John Alfonso, CPA, CGMA, Cohn Reznick.
Recently, the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) issued a new nonprofit financial reporting standard, the Accounting Standards Update (ASU) No. 2016-14, affecting all nonprofit entities as well as donors, grantors, creditors, and others that use their financial statements. The standard is intended to simplify and improve how nonprofit organizations report net asset classes, expenses, and liquidity in their financial statements.
Topics to review:
• Effective date and transition guidance
• Qualitative and quantitative requirements
• Impact to stakeholders
• What organizations can do to prepare for the changes
Intacct Mastery Track
Speaker- Joe Giorgio, JMT Consulting.
Project Accounting in Intacct provides unique functionality that lets organizations track and report on grants or projects when accumulating costs for reimbursement or tracking time against specific grants or projects is desirable. Do you have to invoice your grantor to get reimbursed for your grant award? Do you need to capture employee time, employee expenses, and purchases against that grant? You may have already started using a grant dimension and that’s a good start.
MIP Mastery Track
When Going Slow Is Not an Option, Rev It Up With Abila MIP Performance Tuning
Speaker- Dennis Guiney, JMT Consulting.
Clean data, current upgrades, and routine system maintenance ensure that your Abila MIP system performs efficiently. In this session, we’ll review best practices for keeping your Abila MIP system operating at peak efficiency. Walk away with actionable tips to rev up your system.