Non Profits

3 Reasons Why Your Non Profit Needs to Move to the Cloud

Do you think that running your nonprofit today more complex than it was five years ago?  Many of the clients that we speak with do.  Why?

The Madoff scandal of a few years ago, a Ponzi scheme that wiped out billions of value for a lot of wealthy individuals, had a huge impact on charitable giving and non-profits.

More importantly, there have been many reports of organizations, like the Wounded Warrior Project, that have spent fund raining dollars that should have been targeted to their mission, on lavish get together, salaries and travel.

That is why fund raising today has become more complex. Donors expect more information about who they are sending their hard earned dollars to.

Success metrics are powerful, essential tools for demonstrating accountability and transparency. The most well run non-profits use key success metrics to help them focus on their mission and make it sustainable.

According to the most recent Nonprofit Technology survey, many non-profits like yours are using cloud-based software solutions to manage their organizations. If you are like most nonprofits, you probably still have questions and concerns about cloud computing for your critical applications like accounting and financial management.

Get the answers by downloading “Why Cloud Computing Makes Sense for Nonprofits.” Learn why cloud computing offers your organization tremendous opportunities and advantages with limited risk. Discover how the cloud:

  • Enables mobility and remote access for your program manager, grant writers, board members and other stakeholders.
  • Provides real-time organizational visibility to management, board members and auditors, ensure proper stewardship of funds, and comply with federal reporting requirements.
  • Ensures greater protection of sensitive information through state-of-the-art security and disaster recovery.

Get this free white paper now by clicking here.

 

3 Reasons why Cloud Software Makes Sense for Non Profits

Is running a nonprofit today more complex than it was five years ago? Absolutely!

The Madoff scandal of a few years ago, a Ponzi scheme that wiped out billions of value for a lot of wealthy individuals, had a huge impact on charitable giving and non-profits.

Fund raising today has become more complex. Donors expect more information about who they are sending their hard earned dollars to. Success metrics are powerful, essential tools for demonstrating accountability and transparency. The most well run non-profits use key success metrics to help them focus on their mission and make it sustainable.

According to the most recent Nonprofit Technology survey, many non-profits like yours are using cloud-based software solutions to manage their organizations. If you are like most nonprofits, you probably still have questions and concerns about cloud computing for your critical applications like accounting and financial management.

Get the answers by downloading “Why Cloud Computing Makes Sense for Nonprofits.” Learn why cloud computing offers your organization tremendous opportunities and advantages with limited risk. Discover how the cloud:

  • Enables mobility and remote access for your program manager, grant writers, board members and other stakeholders.
  • Provides real-time organizational visibility to management, board members and auditors, ensure proper stewardship of funds, and comply with federal reporting requirements.
  • Ensures greater protection of sensitive information through state-of-the-art security and disaster recovery.

Download this whitepaper right now by clicking here.

Avoiding Poor Communication Between Sales and Accounting

Are Your Front and Back Office Communications Creating a Sales Bottleneck?

In today’s hyper-competitive world, speed is everything. People expect to make purchasing decisions in seconds, not minutes or days. Think of the last time you were shopping online. How quickly did it take to complete your purchase?

Do your customers have the same experience with your company?

Firms that continue to grow quickly and aggressively work very hard to replicate this same experience with their customers and prospects. They do this by removing any barriers to the sales process by promoting instant communication and efficient collaboration between sales and finance.
Where does your company stand?

Are you like most companies, that send an e-mail and wait for a response…leaving the customer waiting?
What if you were able to have your salespeople instantly see their customer’s credit status, outstanding balance, and aging immediately, right from within your CRM system?

What if your company had the ability to send instant messages to the finance team, and get an immediate response for approval and keep track of these conversations as part of that sales order so that you can instantly access the history…without digging through hundreds of e-mails?

In this video, Hans Schaedel, CFO of Canto, discusses how his company improves collaboration between sales and finance teams using Sage Intacct Collaborate. This product, which is based on Salesforce’s award winning Chatter platform, allows all members of the finance and sales team to communicate and collaborate easily and efficiently.

Sage Intacct Collaborate allows users to collaborate securely in the context of financial records. Conversations are stored with the individual customer, vendor, invoice, or general ledger records where they are posted. Users can also attach relevant documents, such as credit reports, to these conversations. This approach allows everyone in the finance and sales team instant access to any issues in a way that they can be easily reviewed, understood and updated. Issues can be quickly identified, discussed and resolved.

According to Sage Intacct, Collaborate is available free of charge to all Sage Intacct users and does not require the company subscribe to Salesforce. Sage Intacct will provide the licenses to their users free of charge if they don’t subscribe to Salesforce.

New Webinar – Eliminating Front and Back Office Bottlenecks

Sage Intacct is also sponsoring a webinar – Aligning Finance and Sales: Best-in-Class ERP and Salesforce on
February 10th at 2PM EST.

You will learn how to gain stronger alignment between sales and finance by connecting processes, data, and people between Salesforce and Sage Intacct, the best-in-class ERP and how you can:
• Automatically trigger invoicing and revenue recognition when a sale is completed in Salesforce
• Comply with the latest multi-element revenue recognition guidelines
• Connect sales and finance to speed approvals, resolve exceptions, and drive faster revenue

To register for this webinar, click below.

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