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For your accounting methods, are you still using an abacus?

Does that sound ridiculous? How many of us are using an Arithmometer, the first mass-produced calculator invented by Charles Xavier Thomas de Colmar in 1820?

How about the Difference Machine, the mechanical calculator that was invented in 1930 by Vannevar Bush?

Or what about an IBM PC Jr.? A Floppy Drive computer-based system? COBOL computer language systems? The Apple IIMS-DOS?

Back to the 21st Century

Okay, seriously. Let’s bring it back to the past 40 years: Excel. If your church is still using this Microsoft software to track all of your accounting, donations, bills, accounts payable, or audits, you should keep reading. 

My guess is that most, if not all, of you reading this are doing so on a computer or smartphone that also has extensive computing capabilities, apps, programs, and tools that can process data in ways that none of the above could ever have done. We have come so far as it relates to utilizing technology (including Cloud Computing). 

And yet, most churches are stuck in old mindsets, means, and methods as it applies to facility stewardship

Out with the old

Smart churches utilize the best tools for every task. Does your church fit in that category? We may be biased, but we truly believe eSPACE is the best tool out there for churches and other organizations. 

eSPACE is our web-based software that reduces workload by simplifying work order and asset management and event scheduling. In other words, it is a one-stop-shop designed to help you stay organized, plan ahead efficiently, and remove stress from your facility management team.

To learn more about our software and stop using antiquated methods, read more here.

Tim Cool
Chief Executive Officer
Tim Cool is the founder of Smart Church Solutions and takes great pride in helping churches optimize their facilities. When he’s not at the helm of his company, he’s dedicated to his family, being a husband to Lisa and a father to 27-year-old triplets. An enthusiast of the outdoors, Tim enjoys the simplicity of hiking in the North Carolina mountains.