The following is an excerpt from the ACS Technologies eNews: First, let’s ask this question: What can software training do for your staff? Increase productivity – Knowing the best and fastest way to do a job means getting tasks done correctly and faster. Help develop more effective, engaged staff – When people know how to… Continue Reading »
Contribution Statement Heaven by Rhonda Howell Contributions statements are formal statements you can mail to each contributor. Using the various report options, you can customize and print these statements to help contributors keep up with their pledge commitments and giving history. From the Flex Statement which offers the most customization, to the Plain Paper or… Continue Reading »
The bottom line is that cross-training now can save you much stress, time, and heartache later. Don’t wait until the star of the show takes a two-week vacation to the Bahamas.
An e-mail newsletter is an efficient and environmentally friendly way to keep your congregants aware of your church’s activities without having to regularly visit a website or social media outlet. Even though it’s a great tool, your church’s newsletter probably involves a love/hate relationship. It keeps your congregants informed, so they love it, but you spend so much time preparing it that you hate it.
This month, Jamey McElveen, an R&D Programming Manager for ACS, shares some security tips to follow when using your smartphone. And if you’re on church staff, you’ll be interested in his second article on the updated ACS apps that have just been released.
In case you missed it, here are some highlights from this month’s ACS E-News. In the spirit of change, is it time to look at the Internet browser you’re using? Maybe you’re not sure. Sometimes researching such topics can take hours, but you’re in luck. Our IDD team have done that for you, and share… Continue Reading »
Do you receive our monthly eNewsletter? It’s a great resource for clients, put together by our Information Design & Development department — this month, the IDD folks have created some useful year-end top ten lists. Here’s a preview, with links to the full articles. Another year has flown by and we’re quickly approaching the Christmas… Continue Reading »
I was recently on a cross-country flight where I sat next to a woman with not one, but two Blackberry phones. One was for business, the other for personal. Teasing her a bit, I asked, “Isn’t that a headache to keep up with?” She nodded and replied, “I don’t have any other choice.” I proceeded… Continue Reading »