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Towards a better 2011

Last week the hardware came in for our Sage awards.  We are delighted to be the top Sage MIP Fund Accounting Business Partner.  What this represents to us is the trust many nonprofits have put in us to be their advisor when it comes to technology and financial systems.  It also represents a significant responsibility.

We regularly explore ways to make sure that our relationship with our clients is the strongest it can be.  We host two INNOVATE conferences each year in order to provide best practices and training to our clients and have another opportunity to meet face to face.  We will do the same in 2011.  We are also hosting a number of regional user group meetings – again we’ll put together a strong agenda but we also look forward to being together in person and hearing feedback and ideas from our clients.  The first one is coming up next month in Chicago, so if you’re in the area, we’d love to see you there.

We’ve also made a commitment to social media as another channel of client communications.  We’ve got the blog (and would love to get some comments from you, suggestions for blog posts, etc.), we’re on Twitter @jmtconsulting, Facebook JMT Consulting Group, and we’ve recently redone our web site www.jmtconsulting.com.  We want to hear from you.

As we begin a new year, it is satisfying to close out a successful and even award-winning year, but already the focus has shifted to what’s ahead of us.  Thank you for your support of JMT Consulting and we look forward to working with you to make your 2011 a great year for your nonprofit and those you serve.

 

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