Nonprofit Newsletter
  April 2016   

MIP User Group
Meetings

 
Indianapolis, IN
May 12th
1:00 - 4:00pm EDT

Toledo, OH
May 18th
1:00 - 4:00pm EDT

Canton, OH
May 19th
9:00am - Noon EDT

Fort Wayne, IN
May 24th
9:00am - Noon EDT

Live Webcast
May 24th
2:00 - 4:00pm EDT



What's New in MIP Fund Accounting Version 2016.2?
MIP v2016.2 was recently released to users with an active maintenance and support plan.  

MIP v2016.2 introduces a new way for MIP to help organizations manage their own workforces and opens up the MIP platform further to support integrations.

New Features in MIP Version 2016.2
  • New Benefit Enrollment Module - a companion to MIP's HR management suite that equips your organization to offer open enrollment via a web based portal for your employees.
     
  • Further API Expansion - to support Accounts Payable integrations.
You will need a current Abila MIP maintenance and support plan as well as login access to the Knowledgebase to download the 2016.2 update.

       
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MIP User Group Meetings - Register Today!
We'll be covering some great topics during our spring user group meetings.  Don't miss out - register now.
 
DISCUSSION TOPICS

Accounts Receivable Billing
We will walk through the entire A/R billing process showing how to set up customers, create invoices and apply payments.

Enhanced Budgeting
Looking to take your budgeting to the next level?  Microix's budget module offers features beyond MIP's capabilities.

Payroll, HR & EWS
Adam will offer highlights from his AUDC presentation including standardizing payroll and HR processes, opportunities for automation, and reporting capabilities.

MIP Round Table
Take advantage of this time to ask questions, offer suggestions and share ideas with fellow MIP Fund Accounting users.
   
 
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7 Easy Ways to Reduce SPAM at Work
Are you frustrated by unwanted SPAM email and want to do something about it?  

Day after day, your inbox is inundated with SPAM.  And it's not like you asked for all of these messages.  Or did you?  Whether you realize it or not, your behavior plays a big role in who has access to your email address - and that includes spammers.

Even more important, spam emails are a major vehicle for malware and phishing.

There are steps you can take to reduce the amount of junk mail flooding your inbox and prevent malicious intrusions on your computer and data.

7 Ways to Reduce SPAM at Work.