Can My Accounting, Fundraising, and Payment Software Work Together?

Q:  Can I export data conveniently to my organization’s accounting software?  And, is it easy to import information into the system?

A: When you want to either extract or import data into a donor management system, it’s important that the process be as simple and dependable as possible.

There are many instances in which you may find it necessary to import data into your system:  you may simply want to merge data from purchased email prospect lists; the need to import records from PayPal and other payment services; or add constituent information from another member management database such as a church parishioner list or school administration system; or you may need to enter information that comes from an organizational change, such as merging operations with another organization.

Orange Leap keeps the process simple and efficient.  Unlike many other constituent management systems, Orange Leap does not require any extensive reformatting and relabeling of column headers and field names.  Instead, Orange Leap accepts and integrates data “as is.”

With Orange Leap, you map designation from your financial solution to Orange Leap, then Orange Leap can create an easy-to-review entry table for the accounting system that is already prepared for convenient input.

Orange Leap also helps ease the export of data from the chart of accounts and general ledger modules from financial applications such as QuickBooks, Blackbaud Financial Edge or Sage MIP Fund Accounting – as well as other popular accounting solutions.

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