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MindBridge libraries: Overview

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Summary

Libraries contain unique configurations of analysis features, permissions, and settings — like filters, ratios, populations, risk scores and much more. Libraries are applied to new engagements within your organization, and help to standardize MindBridge workflows.

MindBridge offers several libraries right out of the box. These default libraries can be used as-is, or they can be used as a base library when creating new custom libraries.

Learn about MindBridge's default libraries below.


Default libraries

The following default libraries are available for use in MindBridge.

Library name Description Applicable to
MindBridge for-profit This library uses the MindBridge Account Classification (MAC) code system for account groupings and supports all of MindBridge's ratios.
  • GL analysis
  • AP analysis
  • AR analysis
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, such as Operating Reserve and Change in Net Assets.
  • Not-for-profit GL analysis
  • AP analysis
  • AR analysis
MindBridge not-for-profit with funds This library supports workflows that capture fund details and leverage fund accounting and its structure facilitates concepts and ratios specific to not-for-profit organizations, such as Liquid Funds Amount.
  • Not-for-profit GL with funds analysis
  • AP analysis
  • AR analysis
Review engagement This library uses the MindBridge Account Classification (MAC) code system for account groupings. It supports all of MindBridge's ratios and analyses, and helps to create streamlined and repeatable analytics to improve efficiency.
  • GL analysis

 


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