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Professional Knowledge Firm or Software Vendor

JMT Consulting Group is a professional knowledge firm dedicated to improving the impact and effectiveness of our nonprofit clients.

There’s a significant difference between a nonprofit software solution provider and a professional knowledge firm.  Most nonprofit software solution providers only offer one solution.  As a result, regardless of your nonprofits particular operations, requirements and mission, it is in the best interest of the software solution provider to recommend the nonprofit software they represent.  That may not be the best solution for your organization.

Would your nonprofit be best served by an on-premise solution, Software as a Service (Saas), Cloud-based or hosted?

At JMT Consulting Group we review your needs and make our recommendation based on the best product fit for your nonprofit organization.

We take a look at different facets of the organizations and make recommendations on business process analysis and improvement; technology planning and consulting; and business process outsourcing. Based on our findings, we then refer to our portfolio of solutions including such brands as Sage, Intacct, Google, Microsoft, Salesforce, Convio, etc., to make our product recommendation based on the best product fit.

Our commitment:

  • Recommend on the right solution for your organization.
  • On-time project delivery as scoped.
  • On-budget price is guaranteed.
  • Always operate with the highest ethical standards.
  • Whether you future technology direction is in the cloud or on-premise, JMT works with you to design solutions for the long-term success of your organization.

For more information on how JMT Consulting Group can help your organization, contact us at info@jmtconsulting.com or call us at 888-368-2463.

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