Written in non-technical terms, this whitepaper simplifies the complexities of the Cloud and ChMS differences.
1n 1969, Joni Mitchell sang “I’ve looked at Clouds from both sides now…I really don’t know Clouds at all.” (Both Sides Now).
Though we’ve all been using Cloud technology for years, Ms. Mitchell’s sentiment can still apply when you’re trying to understand the Cloud, particularly as it relates to the tremendous variety of products that claim to be “Cloud-based”.
The genre of technology known as Church Management Software (also known as ChMS) is no exception. Many of these products make the same claims or tout the same features, but differentiation is confusing because you’re comparing those proverbial “apples” and “oranges.”
While your ultimate desire is to know your church, more and more that task seems to include knowing as much as possible about the Cloud and Church Management Software.
We’ve written this guide to bring clarity to the intersection of the Cloud, church management software, and your church. You may discover that there is no intersection and that you can manage your church for now with non-Cloud-based products, or without church management software. Or, you may realize that the infrastructure of your current product is limiting your efficiency, but lack the information you need to move forward.
Join us as we look beyond features at the world of the Cloud, Church Management Software, and the needs of your Church:
- THE CLOUD SIMPLIFIED
- CLOUD CONCERNS
- MINISTRY MANAGEMENT
- MINISTRY CONCERNS
- CHURCH MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE (ChMS)
- ChMS CONCERNS
- VENDOR CHECKLIST
- FREE TO MINISTER