PBS12 is a unique civic resource and one of the country’s first alternative public television services. They provide important local, national and international programming services that champions diverse voices, celebrates community, delights audiences, and expands perspectives.
PBS12 had previously worked with a financial provider that offered an accounting software that could only be accessed through a virtual network protocol (VPN). Following the announcement that a number of services would be discontinued by their former financial provider, PBS12 needed to source a new provider that could offer a cloud-based financial platform. They soon identified Accounting Seed as being the best fit for their business but faced the challenge of how to migrate their data. PBS12 needed to move their financial operations from their old system to a new system quickly.
To complete this task, PBS12 required the support of a highly capable company that they could partner with. Following many false starts working with other companies who could not complete the task under such time limitations, PBS12 met Prodigy. Listening to their needs and what they required to continue operating their business, Prodigy built a tailored accounting software solution that was responsive, supported in compiling reports, and dissected financial information quickly.
Prodigy had PBS12 up and running on their new system within a month and a half. PBS12 no longer needed to manually input financial information. Now, thanks to the accounting software app integrations implemented by Prodigy, they are able to upload journal entries with the technology doing the heavy lifting for them.
“Prodigy were key in helping us dissect financial information on Accounting Seed. They understand finance and why I need the information I’m asking for. They are expertise you can rely on.”
– Kim White, Director of Finance, Colorado Public Television
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