This extension gives you the possibility to generate membership payments without extending the membership.
You can do this by Membership --> Find Memberships and then search. After searching you can select the membership for which you want to generate a payment.
You can then select the action Create Membership Payments.
The financial type of the generated contribution is that of the membership type and the total amount of the contribution is the minimum fee of the membership type.
The extension is licensed under AGPL-3.0.
The use case that led to this extension: our members log in on the website and have to be able to renew their membership, buy products and training, buy job adverts and register for events. When it comes to paying they need to be able to select an invoice address for this specific occassion. That could be their own private address, but also the address of their employer or the address of the co-operative group they are part of, or the address of their own company.
Pivot Report Extension
The new Pivot Report Extension includes a huge amount of changes and improvement. It supports multiple entities and along with a few other important updates:
- Prospect Report (working with CiviProspect extension https://github.com/compucorp/uk.co.compucorp.civicrm.prospect)
- UI/UX Improvement
- Save/ update Report Config
- Export Fixes
This extension provides a column 'Balance Due' for each row on the list of contribution when viewing Contact Summary page Contributions tab or from Find Contribution search results.
Extended membership report with support of filtering/showing custom fields of Individual contact.
Extended Contact Summary report with support of filtering/showing custom fields of Individual contact along with Membership Type.
Many organizations using CiviCRM wish to measure the CHURN rate of their members.
CHURN is closely related to the concept of average customer life time. For example, an annual churn rate of 25 percent implies an average customer life of four years. An annual churn rate of 33 percent implies an average customer life of three years.
- Engagement Summary
- Contact Financial Summary
- Contact Financial Exclusion Summary
- Contribtions with Pricesets
- Financial Aging