We received word that North Carolina Charter Schools will no longer be using an accounting software called “ISIS”. The group in charge of the accounting software has unveiled a re-brand that will change the name to “LINQ”. The official switch over will happen on January 29th – including new logos (already unveiled here!), branding, and a new website: www.thinklinq.com.
Curious to learn more about LINQ?
Charter Schools in North Carolina use an accounting software that will now be known as LINQ. LINQ is designed and supported by a North Carolina company out of Wilmington called, Education Management Systems, Inc. The North Carolina Department of Public Instruction (DPI) actually supplies the software to the Charter School and the Charter School is then responsible for paying the quarterly support payment of $745.00.
The LINQ software accounting program is the Charter School’s primary method of communicating financial information to DPI. DPI requires month end reporting of all financial transactions and payroll within the first two business days following month end. The LINQ software will create the following formatted files for DPI reporting: financial reporting, payroll files, orbit reporting files, and employer reports for Staff ID.
LBA Haynes Strand has a team that excels in using this software. The functions will all be the same – and the transition from ISIS to LINQ will be seamless among our Charter School clients. Keep an eye on www.thinklinq.com on Friday, January 29th for the big unveil!