|Monthly payment | Annual Subscription | Quote-based||Monthly payment | Annual Subscription|
A cloud-based church management software tool created for use on all screen sizes.
A church management solution that is built for churches and ministries of all sizes, packed with powerful features all based on the cloud.
| 14488 Old Stage Rd c, |
Lenoir City, TN 37772,
|Types of Clients|
Types of Clients
|Small Business | Large Enterprises | Medium Business||Small Business | Large Enterprises | Medium Business|
|List of Features|
List of Features
Church Office Online offers three SMB and enterprise pricing plans for users to choose from. Give the details a look, and select the best plan for your company:
Less than 1,000 Records
More than 1,000 Records
More than 10,000 Records – Request quote
All plans include:
Elvanto offers three enterprise pricing plans for users to choose from. Give the details a look, and select the best plan for your company:
50 Plan – $15/month or $12/month/annual payment
100 Plan – $30/month or $24/month/annual payment
200+ Plan – use price calculator for custom quote
Elvanto offers a 10% discount for upfront payment for six months and 20% discount for upfront payment for 12 months.
Church Office Online is an open API system you can connect to virtually any third party app/system. Prominent integrations include:
Elvanto supports integrations with solutions such as Tithe.ly, Continue to Give, Mogiv, Pushpay, SongSelect, Proclaim, MailChimp, Stripe, and PayPal. The system also comes with an open API infrastructure, and you can custom-connect it to virtually any app or business system you’re using.
|Learn more about Church Office Online pricing||Learn more about Elvanto pricing|
|The Branch Church, Alliance Church, Kaneohe Church||New Minas Baptist, St. Paul’s Anglican, The Belonging Co.|
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You should pay attention to the fact that even though both Church Office Online and Elvanto may offer an excellent range of features every solution might be aimed at a different company size. If you are comparing features you may want to pay attention to a business type they are catering to. Some elements could scale up with no problem for big enterprises but if you own a small or mid-sized company it’s often better to stay away from paying for complex features that you may never have a chance to use.