Holland Village Council to retain CMI for accounting, finances
Holland Village Council’s plan to switch to a different financial accounting software hit a road block.
At the May 7 meeting, Clerk/Treasurer Lyn Krasula informed council that the UAN software company, which the village had contracted to replace CMI Solutions, is unable to do a number of things as were originally promised.
“This [software] is designed for small villages. They kept telling us we are a very large village,” she said.
Among the issues with the program is its inability to transfer hundreds of vendors into its system. “They would have to be re-imported one at a time,” Ms. Krasula noted.
Additionally, the system allows no adjustments to purchase orders, so if a purchase order is made out for $500, but the actual cost exceeds that amount, the treasurer would need to create another purchase order.
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