Software firm m-hance has launched the system with the aim of supporting smaller charities to better manager their finances.
A not-for-profit sector specialist software firm has launched a finance system aimed at small charities.
It includes the ability to manage sales, purchasing and budgets through NfP 365 Finance, which is aimed at charities and not-for-profit organisations.
Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT) and Microsoft’s business analytics service Power BI are also included. Power BI provides finance reports and the ability to view real time data and sharable information with stakeholders.
“We are thrilled to be launching an additional suite of products for charitable organisations, reinforcing our commitment to this sector,” said m-hance Chief Executive Officer Alan Moody.
“We understand that in order to keep up with changing legislation, many smaller charities are often faced with the decision of whether to continue to use third parties to manage and record their financial transactions or to adopt a simple finance system of their own.
“Our NfP 365 Finance packages are pre-configured, which makes them much more affordable due to the quick implementation timescales. We are very much looking forward to working with even more charities and seeing first-hand how our tailored solutions are making a difference.”