Efficient financial processing. Improved compliance. Successful audits. Better decision making.

Kuali Financials is an enterprise accounting system that delivers everything you need to manage the business of higher education.

Better still, Kuali Financials is quick to deploy in the cloud, so you can realize benefits faster. And its total cost of ownership means your institution can spend its budget dollars where they’re needed most: on teaching, learning, and research.

With Kuali Financials, you have the flexibility to choose just the functionality you need today, adding optional modules when you’re ready for them.

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What can you do with Kuali Financials?

Designed by higher education for higher education, Kuali Financials provides the tools you need to manage and audit financial transactions across your institution more efficiently and transparently. With Kuali Financials you can:

  • Streamline administrative processes with workflows specific to your institution
  • Manage financial processes more transparently
  • Track, allocate, and control funds more successfully
  • Conduct financial statement audits more quickly and efficiently

What can Kuali Financials do for you?

  • Accelerate deployment with a modular financial system built specifically for higher ed
  • Reduce the burden on IT personnel with a system designed for ease of maintenance
  • Lower your total cost of ownership compared to traditional legacy systems
  • Improve financial governance across the institution
  • Improve efficiency, transparency, and reliability

Why Kuali Financials in the Cloud?


Be speedy. No hardware, no deployment, no maintenance. Just a faster way to get where you need to go.

Be more productive. We deliver Kuali software continuously, like Google. When a new feature is ready, we put it in your users’ hands. And no more working around issues until that next big upgrade. We’re always iterating and improving so your users have the best tools every day.

Be safe. Our code is open and your data stays with you. How’s that for an exit strategy?

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