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MindBridge libraries - General overview

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Jonathon Plowman-Samson
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Summary

Learn about using libraries in MindBridge.


Overview

Libraries allow you to tailor MindBridge’s settings to suit your unique workflow. You can set up libraries that are based on your client's industry or the specific needs of your organization. You can adjust a library’s ratios, filters, account groupings, industry tags, and control points.

Note: App Admins may restrict how much control users have over control point settings.

Libraries can also be reused across multiple engagements! We provide predefined libraries to get you started, but they can be duplicated so you can create customized versions of preexisting libraries.

 


Base libraries

Listed below are the 4 predefined libraries in MindBridge. These libraries can be used as-is, and can  also serve as a base when creating new custom libraries.

MindBridge for-profit This library uses the MindBridge Account Classification (MAC) code system for account groupings. This library supports all of MindBridge's ratios and analyses.
MindBridge not-for-profit This library’s account grouping structure accommodates not-for-profit concepts such as contributions and grants. It also includes ratios specific to a not-for-profit workflow. This library contains ratios such as Operating Reserve and Change in Net Assets.
MindBridge not-for-profit with funds This library supports workflows leveraging fund accounting. If you capture fund details within your workflow, this is the library for you. This library’s structure facilitates concepts and ratios specific to not-for-profit, such as Liquid Funds Amount.
Review engagement This library uses the MindBridge Account Classification (MAC) code system for account groupings. This library supports all of MindBridge's ratios and analyses, and works to create streamlined and repeatable analytics to improve efficiency. 

 


 

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