Grant & Fund Reporting

Backed by over 30 years expertise in successfully delivering Accounting solutions in Ireland and the UK

Integrated Grant & Fund Reporting for Charities and Not-for-Profit organisations

The needs of Charities have always been close to our heart after 25 years in delivering software solutions to charities in Ireland and the UK. Iplicit has been designed to incorporate the diverse and essential requirements of charities of all sizes. Our fund and grant management, restricted fund reporting, and comprehensive and unlimited levels of analysis enable organisations to see and manage their funds and grants and all related usage and expenditure.

These grants and funds can be further segmented by fund type, restricted and non-restricted, and accruals and disbursements. Seamless SOFA and SORP reporting is available as standard, and can easily be configured to suit your own unique reporting and General Ledger structures.

Monitor costs and funds, easily report to donors, trustees, patrons, management and regulators with confidence and without cumbersome manual intervention.

Trusted by Charities and Not-for-Profits Across Ireland and the UK

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Insight Associates

Garry Mumford

‘Could I have an ‘I Love iplicit badge please?’ The experience we’ve had with you guys so far has been second-to-none. It has been an absolute delight. I can’t fault the desire on the part of the iplicit team to help find a solution, no matter what the challenges were during the migration.’

Third Energy

Ruth Motley

‘We looked at a number of systems in the marketplace including NetSuite, SAP, Sage and iplicit. It came down to a choice of two systems in the end, because NetSuite was unresponsive and Sage 200 seemed like a step backwards. While SAP was interesting, it was just too expensive and iplicit delivered everything we wanted at much less cost.’

Imperial Society of Teachers of Dancing

Keith Stephenson​

“Being able to rehearse workflows and play with configurations, without risk, has been invaluable to us and also serves to make us much more confident with customisation.”