The iMIS development teams are hard at work creating features to help you use iMIS to more efficiently engage with your constituents. The new features tours gives you a sneak peek at what we've been working on and what you can look forward to in the next version of iMIS!
(300) Managing expired members (0:40)
The ability to manage expired members is now available through the Staff site. If member statuses or member types are not modified, expired members might retain unwarranted access to organizational privileges. Staff users can now manage member status or member type on the web. The full functionality of this feature will be released once future development has been completed.
(300) Issuing event confirmations (2:10)
Event confirmations can be printed or emailed using the Issue Confirmations button. Staff users can also see which event confirmations have been sent by viewing the Confirmation Sent column of the query, which shows the date and time the confirmation was issued.
(100/200/300) Cloud-friendly cache reset (4:30)
A button, Purge System Cache, has been added to the About iMIS page, and is only available to system administrators. For iMIS 20-100/200/300, the Purge System Cache button will reset the System Parameter and System Configuration (System Setting) cache, and will also reset the Cache Server (Redis). In addition for iMIS 20-300, this button will reset the iBO cache.
(100/200/300) Several new SSRS reports (5:03)
- Event Invoice
- Deferring income reports
(100/200/300) Development Review Notes (0:20)
Quick review of where you can find new features every two weeks.
(100/200/300) Better website management with added configuration options (1:00)
The Look and feel tab in the Manage websites area of Site Builder has been updated with three configuration options. The Favicon and Mobile favicon configuration options allow website owners to further customize their sites, and enhances visual branding. The Show a cookie warning option enables a banner that informs EU users about website cookies, in compliance with the EU’s ePrivacy directive. This option can be further tailored with a warning message and banner location, among other customizations.
(300) Ability to "Join Now" directly from user account pages (3:10)
Staff users and company administrators can easily process a membership join directly from a contact’s profile page. In addition, non-members and inactive contacts can conveniently launch a membership join from their account pages, or any other page the Invoice Payment Link content item is placed.
(300) Add registrants to a wait list (4:40)
Registrants can be added to a wait list by staff users when the event registration option or program item is full. At checkout, the registrant is only charged for the registered event, but won’t be charged for the waitlisted registration option or program item until they are registered for the waitlisted item.
(100/200/300) Printing tickets for event registration options and program items (5:50)
Event registration options and program items can be configured to be printed as tickets. When Print tickets is enabled for individual registration options and program items of an event, a Print tickets button appears on the event-specific dashboard, allowing staff users to run a report that generates the tickets. Staff users can choose to run the report With badges or Without badges.
(300) Event reports (6:10)
Several new SSRS event reports added: Event status detail and Event status detail
(300) Exporting general ledger transactions (6:40)
The ability to export general ledger transactions has moved from the Desktop to the Staff site. Exporting general ledger transactions allows you to transfer important financial information from iMIS into an accounting software. You have the ability to select the file format, file summarization level, and a specific date range for each export. If you are licensed for deferred income, running the general ledger export will also generate the deferred income transaction information necessary for the selected date range. In addition, all due to/due from transaction information is transferred to the appropriate accounts when the export is run.
(100/200/300) Multi-Factor Authentication
Multi-factor authentication is being introduced to provide PCI-compliant sign-in security. Each time a system administrator logs in to iMIS over the web, they are prompted to enter a security code. Without a valid security code, access to iMIS websites which require authentication is prohibited.
(100) Add event or venue locations (4:00)
Locations can be added to an organization's list of event or venue locations by using the Location navigation under Events on the Staff site.
(100/200/300) Reports (5:00)
- Previous/Current Event Giving Comparison Details (300 only)
- Previous/Current Giving Comparison Details
- Previous/Current Giving Comparison Summary
- Event Registration Confirmation (300 only)
- Deferred Income Detail (300 only)
- Backorder Summary (300 only)
(300) Setup and configuration pages moved to the web (9:00)
We’ve been doing a lot of work to migrate iMIS 20-300 functionality to the web so that customers who would like to get away from the iMIS Desktop can do more of their work on the web.
(300) Managing activity tasks (0:20)
Activity tasks allow staff users to assign follow-up tasks for other staff users as reminders to perform certain actions. After activity tasks are delegated, staff users can manage tasks assigned to them from the Community dashboard’s My tasks tab. The Activity Profile was also created to help in managing tasks for individual users. In addition, the Follow up activity alert task was created to notify staff users that an activity task is assigned to them.
(300) Updated Committees landing page (1:50)
Authorized Staff users and committee administrators can efficiently add, edit, and delete committees from the updated Committees landing page on the Staff site.
(100/200/300) AutoPay Membership dashboard (3:07)
The AutoPay Membership dashboard gives Staff users a high-level visual summary of all auto-renew memberships. Dashboard features include a list of recurring members, cancelled enrollments, and various charts
(100/200/300) Displaying and modifying automatic payment enrollments (4:00)
Staff users can display and enable configuration options for automatic payment enrollments using the Automatic payment enrollment content item. Users can view enrollments and the transaction details of each enrollment from their account pages , and perform other authorized tasks.
(100/200/300) Editing payment options (4:50)
The Payment Option Manager allows users to edit the details of their payment options. Currently, this content item only allows editing of credit card details. The name, expiration date, and address of the payment option can be modified.
(100/200/300) Event-specific reports (7:00)
New reports have been added to the event-specific dashboards. The Event certificates report prints a certificate of completion for each attendee of the selected event. Text of the certificate may be customized using parameters. The Event Program Item Certificates report prints a certificate of completion for each attendee of the selected program item. Text of the certificate may be customized using parameters.
(300) Update licensing information through the Staff site (8:20)
System administrators can update and modify licensing information directly through the Staff site.
(300) Desktop configuration windows migrated to the Staff site (8:40)
Several finance windows that exclusively existed in the Desktop are now configurable through the Staff site: Tax codes, Tax categories, Cash accounts, Due to/due from, Gateway accounts, and Financial entities
(100/200/300) Link to documents from Content HTML (0:21)
Users can now download documents from iMIS websites via a link, with the addition of the Downloadable documents property to the Content HTML editor, making information sharing much easier.
(iMIS 300) Moves Management dashboard (2:50)
Staff users can view major donor statistics, giving amount, and revenue from the Moves management dashboard. Organizations can harness this data to better understand who to target for giving, review the status of all moves managers, and review the potential major donors for future giving.
(100/200/300) Soft Credit Report (4:40)
The Soft Credit Report provides a list of soft credits for donations grouped by campaign and donor.
(300) Setup pages for Events, Finance, Organization, General Lookup/Validation (7:10)
Certain Events, Accounting, and Organization configuration options that were previously only configurable through the iMIS Desktop are available for configuration on the Staff site.
(300) Several new SSRS reports (0:17)
Please see the Development Review Notes for more information about the new reports.
(300) Hot-posting standard orders on the Web (5:40)
As part of our ongoing effort to migrate functionality to the Web, orders placed over the Web can now be hot-posted when the order meets conditions for automatic invoicing. This means that iMIS immediately generates the Invoice and Activity records, and users no longer need to manually post the batch. This brings Web functionality in line with the Advanced Accounting Console.
(100/200/300) Engagement Categories (6:45)
Engagement categories allow you to categorize constituents based on their score for a specific formula. You can customize what you want the category name to be, the criteria that define the category, and the color that appears for each category.
(300) Engagement dashboard
Staff users can view site statistics and trends using the Engagement dashboard. Score categories are presented in a variety of combinations and views to give staff users a clear idea of member engagement. This information can be harnessed to improve member and donor interaction on multiple levels.
(200/300) AutoPay dashboard for recurring donations (0:35)
A new AutoPay dashboard for Fundraising has been added to the Staff site to give an at-a-glance view of your Autopay donations.
(300) Dynamic display names in the translation drop-down (2:50)
The Display Name field in the culture editor allows you to modify the name that appears in the translation drop-down. Previously the drop down was limited to just French, Spanish and Dutch.
(100/200/300) Session timeouts (4:20)
System administrators can enforce session timeouts to all administrators and non-administrators separately. When enabled, users are required to reactivate their session after being idle for a certain amount of time. This enhancement complies with PCI 3.0 guidelines. In order to be PCI compliant, the system administrator session timeout must be 15 minutes or less.
(100/200/300) Password expiration
The Password expiration options allow System Administrators enforce passwords to expire on regular intervals for all non-System Administrators. This enhanced password security requirement complies with PCI 3.0 guidelines. A new alert has been added to the Community Dashboard that notifies staff users that they are not currently meeting this PCI requirement.
(300) Password reuse (1:30)
System administrators can enforce password reuse requirements to all administrator and non-administrator users separately. These enhanced password security options comply with PCI 3.0 guidelines. A new alert has been added to the Community Dashboard that notifies staff users that they are not currently meeting this PCI requirement.
(100/200/300) Password change interval Configuration
The Password expiration options allow System Administrators enforce passwords to expire on regular intervals for all non-System Administrators. This enhanced password security requirement complies with PCI 3.0 guidelines.
(100/200/300) Volunteers (1:38)
Members can now sign up as volunteers using out-of-the-box pages that are included in iMIS Quick Start Sites. Volunteers can self-manage their information. Staff users also have additional abilities to administer volunteer information.
Engagement scoring and display
Engagement scores can be used to measure your members or donors engagement with your organization based on the data that you already have in iMIS. This data can be used as Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) within your organization to help your organization continuously.
Define and schedule engagement scores
Engagement Scores can be used to measure your members or donors engagement with your organization based on the data that you already have in iMIS. This data can be used as Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) within your organization to help your organization continuously improve its performance. Scores can be based on the interactions that are most important to your organization and then rank your members or donors for targeted marketing campaigns or communications. With iMIS engagement scoring, you can easily find out who your evangelists are or which of your constituents are at risk of leaving your organization.
Automatic membership renewals with Bank Draft (5:45)
With AutoPay, new members are able to pay their recurring membership renewals with credit cards or bank drafts.
Add event to calendar (7:05)
Anyone can add an event to a Google, Yahoo!, or Outlook/iCalendar calendar directly from the event showcase.
New Fundraising and Accounting reports in the Staff site (8:39)
New Accounting (AR Cash Transactions, Credit Card Authorization Audit, Credit Card Post Authorization, General Ledger Journal Daily Summary, General Ledger Journal Detail, General Ledger Journal Monthly Summary, and PayPal Reconciliation) and Fundraising (Donor Renewal Analysis, Donor Trend Analysis, and Yearly Giving Comparison) reports have been added in the Staff site.
Migrate iMIS Desktop Certification programs to the Staff site
Staff users have the ability to migrate any certification programs that have been defined in iMIS Desktop to the Staff site in order to better manage iMIS Certification programs and registrations.
Update data with the Workbook Converter (2:51)
The Workbook Converter can be used to add data, as well as perform iterative data updates when running subsequent data conversions.
Panel Designer navigation added to the Staff site (3:55)
Easily add new or update existing panels from the Panel Designer navigation item located within RiSE.