Profitable Not-for-Profit Software

Schulz, Wayne E.
December 1997
Accounting Technology;Dec97, Vol. 13 Issue 11, p26
Trade Publication
Discusses factors to help nonprofit clients decide on an accounting software. Focus on industry-specific software to segregate activity for individual funds; Grant and program-level reporting as the lifeblood of nonprofit organizations; Offer of special modules to automate the allocation of costs with the creation of more accurate reports.


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