Versatility of CDM+ Check-In/Check-Out Has Users Thinking Outside Their Nurseries
CDM+ Check-In/Check-Out was released this summer as a tool to add security to childcare and bring accuracy and simplicity to tracking attendance. Since the program’s numerous options allow users to match Check-In/Check-Out with their ministry, we were curious to see exactly how CDM+ users would implement this product.
Since 1985, CDM+ has helped thousands of church offices to manage the business of the church. Each week, you open CDM+ and enter contributions, schedule events, track changes to your congregation and handle enrollment for events and classes. Putting all this information into CDM+ helps you to be better organized and informed about what’s going on in the life of your church.
Emailing Giving Statements Saves Resources and Time
One of the more labor-intensive tasks of the church financial secretary is the distribution of the contribution giving statements. Printing these which sometimes span three pieces of paper, folding, inserting into envelopes, sealing, metering or attaching stamps, dealing with Postal regulations if mailing by discount mail, and finally delivering to the post office all represent a very significant amount of time and resources.
As Easter Day approaches, we hope that your church will be filled with people. One of the results of an Easter crowd can be donations from visitors in the offering plate. Do you know there are two ways to track gifts from non-members or visitors in CDM+?
The spring months have been traditional times of "spring cleaning"—a term that refers to the yearly act of cleaning a house from top to bottom in the spring after the long winter months. Archiving data can be compared to a "spring cleaning" of your CDM+ database(s).