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Sep
30
The ACH (Automated Clearing House) process has been around for a number of years. It is an electronic network for financial transactions in the United States, generally used for direct deposit or direct debit from checking and savings accounts. The ACH process is available in BS&A’s Accounts Payable and Payroll applications to direct deposit funds into customer or employee accounts. In our Tax, Utility Billing, and Miscellaneous Receivables...

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Aug
08
Our Assessment Administration support and training staff are frequently asked, “How many governmental unit Assessors use your CAMA System?” Currently, BS&A is proud to state that we serve 99% of the Michigan Assessor market.  We believe this presence provides a tremendous advantage with respect to consistency and cost.  Since we are able to spread the software development and support cost among many governmental units, we are able ...

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May
13
BS&A began producing online videos as a way to demo various features of our applications for prospective customers. In 2012, we decided to expand these videos to not only highlight features of the programs, but to provide more learning opportunities to new customers. These videos enable us to present an in-depth walkthrough of all of the main processes in the applications, and offer a way for visual learners to absorb the information more tho...

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May
20
Please be advised that BS&A is working on program changes for the upcoming summer billing. The update will include Legislation changes for Senate Bill 972. The requirement is to notify taxpayers if their taxes for the prior year went delinquent as of March 1st by placing a message on the tax bill to this effect. A default message will be placed onto Standard Tax bill formats by BS&A, but it is available for you to customize. The default m...

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Dec
15
Like anything stored on a computer, it is important to protect your data. Your Building Department database should be backed up frequently to protect the information you have entered (we recommend at least once a day). Most units have a network backup system to facilitate this (ask your IT department to see if you can utilize this system). Having backups of your BD database is an important measure to take in order to avoid issues with the i...

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It has become easier to balance bank statements in the new system. You do not need to have all related applications open in order to balance the account. Entries from other applications can be seen in General Ledger with a few clicks of the mouse. All programs are linked making it easier to avoid errors when entries may have otherwise had to be entered several times. Being able to create and modify your own reports is a feature we really like.
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