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It’s almost Spring; things are starting to turn green, the days are getting longer, and if you’re like me you’re looking forward to warmer weather and outdoor grilling. I’m also looking forward to the upcoming release of the new Contributions Application!
For the next few weeks, we’ll be using this blog to help you get ready for the enhancements included in the release so be sure to subscribe to this post. Links to training resources and a process guide will be added prior to release.
First, let me try to answer one of the main questions I get when talking about a new Contributions Application - Why?
For many, the original Contribution Application works just fine. However, there's a lot that goes on behind the scenes. Advancing technology needs make updating the Contributions Application a top priority for Fellowship One. We've decided to take advantage of this opportunity to include some enhancements as well. This will better align the check scanning application with the processes used by church finance and count teams.
Users will still need the "Contribution App (chk scan)" security permission to log in. You will still create a batch using the naming convention determined by your church. Then, you'll start scanning in your contributions. Up to this point, the steps of your process are pretty much the same, but the screen layout is a little easier to navigate.
Check out some of the new application design below. You'll notice that the main change in workflow is going to be matching contributions with contributors. Matching will no longer take place in the scanning application. It will now take place in your Fellowship One portal. This makes the scanning process more streamlined and secure. This is the same process currently being used for the Remote Deposit Capture (RDC) workflow. We'll also be adding a new quick entry solution that doesn't require scanning. More info on the matching process and auditing of batches will be provided in our next update.
CHECK SCAN VIEW
CREATE BATCH VIEW
SAVE BATCH VIEW
DELETE BATCH VIEW
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