Until now, ShalomCloud offered three ways to record funds–checks, cash, and credit cards entered into ShalomCloud.
With this enhancement, you’ll be able to enter other sources of income. For example, you may have PayPal transactions; you may have card activity coming in from sources other than ShalomCloud.
Whether or not you use the new “other” sources of income, you’ll be able to take advantage of a new report, expressly formatted for printing–the Deposit Assistant.
Here is a video that shows the entire end-to-end process.
There are two pieces to this enhancement. First–under the Configuration menu, you can designate your various sources of income. Cash, check, and credit cards done via ShalomCloud are automatically included. Then, as you enter financial activity into the system, you can pull down any of those sources of income, type in a reference number, and enter the amount.
Second–at a time of your choosing, go into Financial -> Deposit Assistant and enter a date range. You’ll immediately see all the activity in the date range, broken down by category, with subtotals by category and by source of funds. At the end, there will be a grand total.
Last–you can print, or save to PDF, this deposit report.