At Aplos, we believe in changing the world by making it simpler to manage nonprofits and churches. We make it faster and do the hard part so you can focus more on your mission.
Aplos Makes Nonprofits & Churches Simple!
We love nonprofits and churches.
We work to make it easier for organizations to achieve their missions and change the world. Our goal is to take the stress out of finances and creating reports, streamline administrative tasks, and make giving faster and more effective. We believe every church and nonprofit—regardless of their size—should have the software they need to easily manage their organization.
Our customers are important to us, so we listen to their feedback and are continually creating new features to meet their needs. We are committed to being innovative and helping nonprofits and churches do what they do even better.
We are a team that is committed to doing something beyond ourselves. We aren't satisfied with just building software; we want to make something that matters, and we want to enjoy the process. Because of this, Aplos has attracted individuals who are experts in their fields, enjoy a challenge, know the world can be better, and believe they can do their part to help make it happen.
Aplos started in 2009, after our founder, Tim Goetz, couldn't find a simple, affordable fund accounting software for his church, where he served as the executive pastor. He surrounded himself with a team to build the software he knew would be life changing for the organizations that used it.
Many of our staff come from nonprofit and church backgrounds, so we appreciate the labor that goes into their missions, and we love that Aplos can positively impact the missions of nonprofits and churches around the world.
We have a firm belief in the reliability, truth, ability, and strength of our team.
We all need each other, and we are better working together.
We love to be bold and try new things.
We never stop learning and adapting.
We value being dependable, honest, and disciplined.
We find balance and rhythm in both working hard and playing hard.