Rock RMS Adds Multi-Campus Mapping To Pushpay Integration | echurch

Rock RMS Adds Multi-Campus Mapping To Pushpay Integration

Pushpay and Rock RMS

For the past two years, Pushpay has had the privilege of working alongside the Rock RMS team as they have enhanced and developed their already world-class church management platform. During that time, we have been continually impressed by their passion for supporting local churches with innovative, enterprise-grade technology.

It’s a passion we share at Pushpay, and it’s one of the reasons we are so excited to integrate our mobile giving tools with Rock’s robust reporting and back-office solutions.

Deepening Our Integration

With more and more Pushpay/Rock integrations going live each month, we have been exploring ways to make the integration even stronger.

One of the feature requests that has come up most frequently is the ability to better support multi-campus mapping for gifts that come in through Pushpay.

You’ve asked, and we’ve answered!

Introducing Multi-Campus Support

We are proud to say that Pushpay’s Rock Plugin is now able to map not only to specific funds in Rock, but to specific campuses as well. This is true whether your church has one listing in Pushpay or multiple.

This enhancement is a big step toward Pushpay’s goal of enabling “effortless reconciliation” for even the largest and most complex church communities. We look forward to continued investments in our Rock Plugin as both platforms continue to innovate and evolve.

Already using Pushpay? Your Customer Success Coach can help you implement this new functionality at your church today.

Or, if you’re looking into Pushpay for the first time, we’d love to learn more about the unique needs of your church, and to see how Pushpay and Rock can work together to serve you and your team.

 

Strategic Account Manager at Pushpay

Kent oversees Pushpay’s strategic partnerships with other technology vendors and solution providers in the faith sector. A lifelong Midwesterner, Kent now lives in Seattle with his wife, Becky, and is regularly astounded by the sight of mountains, oceans, and other “pretty things.”

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