Accounts Receivable

The Accounts Receivable feature of CDM+ allows users to create invoices, track payments and generate statements. Payments can be entered and a deposit entry made in the General Ledger, or Accounts Receivable can be used without direct posting into the ledger. Accounts Receivable consists of four primary areas: Customer Records, Invoices, Payments and Statements. Finance charges can be generated from Accounts Receivable if the user chooses.

The Accounts Receivable feature of DonorWorks allows users to create invoices, track payments and generate statements. Payments can be entered and a deposit entry made in the General Ledger, or Accounts Receivable can be used without direct posting into the ledger. Accounts Receivable consists of four primary areas: Customer Records, Invoices, Payments and Statements. Finance charges can be generated from Accounts Receivable if the user chooses.

Some primary uses of this feature can be for day care billing, rental properties, weddings and special outside functions which are billed by the church.