Shelby Financials Software


 

Shelby Financials software is a best-of-breed fund accounting program for maintaining church budgets and financial records. This solution includes functionality to manage all accounting processes, including accounts payable (AP) and receivable (AR), reconciliation, payroll, general ledger, fixed assets, amortization and more.

The accounts payable module supports cash, accrual and modified accrual basis, as well as features to track bills, invoices, payments and credits. The accounts receivable module accurately tracks income from multiple sources and how it’s distributed in various funds. Both offer standard and custom reports, including cash requirements, vendor activity and aging analysis reports.

Shelby Financials’ general ledger is FASB 117 compliant and supports multiple funds and departments. Because it integrates with payroll, AP, AR, fixed assets and other modules, multiple entry of data can be eliminated.

The payroll module handles all wage paying and reporting tasks, including gross wage and tax calculations, deductions, check printing, direct deposit and ACH, vacation and sick hour calculations and more. Administrators can also update tax tables as necessary.

 

Shelby Financials - General ledger
 
  • Shelby Financials - General ledger
    General ledger
  • Shelby Financials - Payroll
    Payroll
  • Shelby Financials - Fixed assets
    Fixed assets
  • Shelby Financials - Chart of accounts
    Chart of accounts
  • Shelby Financials - Reporting
    Reporting
  • Shelby Financials - Electronic report filing
    Electronic report filing
Supported Operating System(s):
Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows 8

4 Reviews of Shelby Financials

 

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Chuck from PwC
Specialty: Other

March 2015

March 2015

Church accounting

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Likes Best

Online access to data and records general ledger and bank account management.

Likes Least

The payroll application was designed to fulfill the unique needs of religious organizations, but in order to comply with state and local tax are always fully supported and kept current.

Recommendations

Review your current GAAP FASB 116 and 117 practices and discuss with your auditor.

 
 
 
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Mindy from ETC Building & Design, Inc.
Number of employees: 51-200 employees Employees number: 51-200 employees

June 2017

June 2017

This is an alright product. It is not great, it is not terrible.

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It is a basically good software. Better then a lot of the competition, but could still be better.

Pros

It does have a lot of features and we are able to financially manage our entire 1500 person church with 50 staff members on it. It integrates well with other software we use.

Cons

It is not user friendly. Customer Service can be slow. We occasionally come across glitches in the system that they need to fix.

Source: Capterra
 

David from Gulf Coast Financial Associates, Inc.

November 2016

November 2016

Great Church Financial Management Software

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When i was on staff as a youth minister we worked exclusively with Shelby Software. It was a bit challenging getting everything setup and going but really became an invaluable piece of the job everyday.

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Mike from AUMC

November 2016

November 2016

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This is an anachronistic product with insufficient server capacity and marginally knowledgeable support. The first response is to assume the user is at fault or is incapable. It will provide adequate accounting as long as not too many users are using it. Don't expect much in reporting or analysis.

Source: Capterra