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Getting the MOST Out of Abila MIP
for Tribes and Tribal Organizations


Date: March 27 - 28, 2017
Location: Phoenix, AZ
Hotel: Hilton Phoenix Airport (2435 South 47th Street)
  For a room rate of $179, please call 480-894-1600 by February 24, 2017 and MENTION GROUP CODE FF2017.
Tuition:   $779


Abila MIP Fund Accounting is the most used accounting software among tribes. Why? Because it can make planning and managing budgets, maximizing grants, and producing accurate audit-ready reports a breeze—if you know how to use it. Like any accounting system, what you get out of it depends on what you put in. This valuable class, taught by Raymond E. Bantum,* CPA, CITP – Abila MIP Certified Instructor and Authorized Business Partner, will assist you in assessing your tribal organization’s current use of the Abila MIP accounting system and expose you to new ways to get the most out of it.

We’ll walk you through how to understand MIP’s “segments” and set them up to optimize your results. And we’ll show you how to get more from the core modules, including the general ledger module, accounts payable module, budget module, and bank reconciliation module. Plus you’ll learn how to optimize your use of non-core modules relating to fixed assets; accounts receivable and billing; purchase orders; encumbrances; electronic requisitions, allocations, forms designer, and payroll.

Want to know how MIP can help you address new audit requirements in the Super Circular? Want to learn about enhancements to versions 14 and 15 of Abila MIP? Need a better understanding of indirect cost and cost allocation issues? This is the class for you.

Whether you’re new to Abila MIP or just looking for ways to use it more effectively, this class will help you get more out of Abila MIP than you may have realized was possible. Perfect for CFO’s, CEO’s, Accounting Managers, Board Members and any current MIP Accounting Systems users in your tribal organization. Register today!

*Instructor subject to change.

T O P I C S   I N C L U D E
Day 1
  • MIP Best Practices Survey
  • Optimal Segment setup and the Segment Concept in MIP
  • Core MIP Modules:
    • General ledger
    • Accounts payable
    • Budget
    • Bank reconciliation
  • Non-Core MIP Modules:
    • Fixed assets
    • Accounts receivable and billing
    • Purchase order
    • Encumbrances
    • Electronic requisitions
    • Allocations
    • Forms designer
    • Payroll
    • Human resources
  • Version 14 and 15 enhancements - alerts and budget alerts
  • OMB Super Circular and how MIP can address the new audit requirements
Day 2
  • Indirect cost and cost allocation issues:
    • Distribution codes
    • Memorized transactions
    • Allocation Module
  • Getting the most out of the Budget Module
  • Grants administration and the grants management web based Abila product
  • Review and demonstration of the Drill Point (Excel to MIP Linking Program)
  • Audit preparation with MIP
  • Payroll integration options with MIP:
    • Distribution Code Method
    • Memorized Journal Entry Method
    • ADP or Payroll Service Bureau - MIP Import Method

*Topics subject to change.

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