At FinancialForce we are proud to say that we work with many Nonprofit organizations around the world, which comprise around 10% of our customer base. There’s a huge range of missions to be achieved, with everything from helping to educate girls in rural Africa to investing globally in social entrepreneurs.
FinancialForce offers a complementary solution to the Salesforce Nonprofit Success Pack that helps manage financials, projects, contractors and staff members. The combined Salesforce and Financial applications provide a single cloud solution to help Nonprofits maximize their impact and deliver on their missions.
Salesforce already brings customers features such as donor management, the ability to run programs, engage with communities and manage communications. FinancialForce adds the ability to manage people, projects and money, enabling organizations to gain full insight into both donors and recipients, as well as the overall contributions and budget status.
This means, and the list is not exhaustive, leaner finance teams, more engaged employees, more automation freeing up time to be spent on the mission cause, easier project management and real-time insight enabling leaders to make faster and more strategic decisions, as well as meaning funds can be allocated to those that most need it, at the time when they need it.
FinancialForce works with many Nonprofit organizations with a myriad of missions, such as Camfed, Restless Development, Interlochen, Ashoka, Blue Shield of California Foundation, INTO University Partnerships, South Carolina Manufacturing Extension Partnership, Christian Children’s Fund of Canada and BuildIT International.
FinancialForce will host a Nonprofits session during Dreamforce on Thursday October 6th at ERP Central, Museum of African Diaspora (MoAD), 685 Mission Street in San Francisco. The discussion will let Nonprofits know how to maximise the impact of their mission and manage people, projects and money in one system. Speakers are Tal Frankfurt, Cloud for Good; Dan Stark, NimbleUser; Daniel Probert, Camfed and Craig Levy, FinancialForce.