Posts Tagged: "Sage Intacct"

How To Reduce Financial Risk for Your Nonprofit
April 16, 2018
How To Reduce Financial Risk for Your Nonprofit

Many nonprofits walk a razor-edge financially. Nonprofits address society’s most difficult issues, compete for limited funding and struggle to find and keep qualified staff to run their organization. A new report by Oliver Wyman, SeaChange Capital Partners, and GuideStar, which examines the finances of more than 219,000 U.S. nonprofits, reveals sobering realities: Around 50% have…

Outputs vs. Outcomes: What’s the Difference and Why Does It Matter?
February 6, 2018
Outputs vs. Outcomes: What’s the Difference and Why Does It Matter?

Donors want to know if their donations are impacting the work of your nonprofit through its mission. Increasingly, this means telling your story through numbers—something that nonprofits don’t always do well. Marc J. Epstein, co-author of the book, Measuring and Improving Social Impacts: A Guide for Nonprofits, Companies, and Impact Investors, says that “The need…

Nonprofits in the Cloud: It’s More than Cost Savings
January 5, 2018
Nonprofits in the Cloud: It’s More than Cost Savings

Moving your nonprofit financials to the cloud from an on-premises solution can significantly reduce your costs. There are other benefits you may not have considered, though—pluses that are just as beneficial as bottom-line savings. Your fund accounting becomes more efficient, compliance is easier, and you have a better view of your organization’s performance. A closer…

Using Sage Intacct for Multiple Budget Reporting
October 3, 2017
Using Sage Intacct for Multiple Budget Reporting

Being able to comply with FASB and funder guidelines for compliance reporting is a requirement for every nonprofit organization. To truly realize your nonprofit’s potential, you need the ability to plan, forecast, and deliver meaningful insight to the leaders of your organization. In this post, I’ll discuss, reporting strategies and tools every Intacct user can…

Communication Service for the Deaf; A Sage Intacct Success Story
October 2, 2017
Communication Service for the Deaf; A Sage Intacct Success Story

Communication Service for the Deaf (CSD) is a 501c nonprofit organization based in the United States and New Zealand, providing a plethora of services to the deaf.  They recently worked with JMT Consulting Group to enhance their financial management solution by implementing Sage Intacct and Nexonia.  We recently sat down with Brad Hermes, CFO and…

How to Know When it’s Time to Ditch Quickbooks
May 17, 2017
How to Know When it’s Time to Ditch Quickbooks

Quickbooks offers an effective introductory system for new, small businesses. It’s easy to use, efficient and provides solid reports. However, as nonprofits grow, organizations invariably face new financial management challenges and they quickly find that Quickbooks isn’t a scalable solution for their accounting needs. Data entry and manual processes they’ve developed begin to take longer…

Women Against Abuse Partners with JMT Consulting To Update Their Nonprofit Financial Management Solution
December 15, 2016
Women Against Abuse Partners with JMT Consulting To Update Their Nonprofit Financial Management Solution

Women Against Abuse Transitions to Intacct to save time, money and resources NEW YORK; December 13, 2016 –JMT Consulting, a leader in providing financial management solutions exclusively to nonprofits, announced today that Women Against Abuse, Inc., Philadelphia’s preeminent domestic violence agency, has selected them as their financial systems consultant to help modernize the company’s financial management….

Case Study: Nonprofit Finds Accounting Software Solution for Their Unique Financial Structure
November 23, 2016
Case Study: Nonprofit Finds Accounting Software Solution for Their Unique Financial Structure

Founded in 1974, Samaritan House is a nonprofit social services agency in San Mateo County, California, providing multiple services and programs for individuals and families in the community. The nonprofit serves approximately 12,000 people per year and manages all financial aid requests, validation, and disbursements across eight agencies in the county. With highly specialized accounting…

Case Study: Nonprofit Streamlines Financial Management & Reporting
October 28, 2016
Case Study: Nonprofit Streamlines Financial Management & Reporting

A cloud-based financial management system offers an efficient and accurate solution for a non-profit organization to accelerate accounts payable, expense management, and reporting. Children’s Tumor Foundation (CTF) is a national nonprofit leading the force to find a cure for Neurofibromatosis, a genetic disorder that affects 1 in every 3,000 people. The foundation is based in…

A Cloud Solution Should Provide More Value, Not Create More Work
September 21, 2016
A Cloud Solution Should Provide More Value, Not Create More Work

Nonprofit organizations need to remain focused on the mission, not distracted by software systems. Whether you have a strong IT team or not, a cloud-based financial management solution may provide more value and versatility than you may think. Here are three benefits for replacing inefficient software with a cloud-based solution. The technology available to nonprofit…

7 Reasons to Move to Cloud Financials NOW
June 10, 2015
7 Reasons to Move to Cloud Financials NOW

    It’s always tempting to put off making a change for another day. But in today’s always-on business environment, you need a financial system that’s designed to work the way that you do. Don’t wait for a crisis to make your move to a cloud financial system. The time to act is now. Discover…

Sage Nonprofit Solutions is Now Abila
July 15, 2013
Sage Nonprofit Solutions is Now Abila

As many of you may have seen through email communications and press reports, Sage Nonprofit Solutions has completed the next step in their transition to being an independent company.  The company that produces the products known as Sage 100 Fund Accounting (aka “MIP”), Sage Fundraising 50, Millennium and Sage Grant Management will now be known as…

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