Webinar: Development, Meet Accounting!
Nonprofit organizations often enter and manage key financial data in places other than their accounting system—and require that the data flow into the general ledger.
But getting the data from those systems—for managing fundraising, membership, grants, or services—into the accounting system is rarely as straightforward as we would like it to be.
Join us for an “Ask the Experts” webinar, in which we answer your questions related to this topic.
Topic: Nonprofit Development, Meet Accounting: Managing the Full Lifecycle of Financial Data
Date/time: Wednesday, August 15, 4:00-5:00 PM ET
Presented in partnership with Community IT.
Do you struggle to integrate data in Development and Accounting systems?
Many nonprofits struggle to manage the entire lifecycle of financial transactions flowing into and out of the organization.
All nonprofits exert too much energy and time manually manipulating financial data inside or outside of their systems, performing duplicative data entry, exporting and importing data, debugging integration tools and processes, performing reconciliations, creating and maintaining reports, and responding to auditors.
While there are clearly technical challenges, often the heart of the problem is the need to reconcile the differences in requirements between departments – for example, Development and Accounting – where both have different but equally legitimate needs to view financial data in different ways.
Is there a better way?
Ask our experts! We’ve assembled a panel of three experts with more than 60 combined years of experience solving just these sorts of problems for nonprofit organizations. As we’ve worked with the World Wildlife Fund, Bread for the World, the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation, the Meridian Institute, and hundreds of other organizations, we’ve picked up a few things about how to establish leadership and operational practices, business processes, data models, and technology environments that work together in solving our clients’ challenges.
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