Nonprofit organizations benefit enormously from integrating their internal fundraising and financial systems. With an improvement in accountability, efficiency, auditing processes, and internal communication, organizations with an integrated solution are better prepared for the demands of today's nonprofit sector.
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By Lucy Morgan
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Nonprofit Accounting Software for Fundraising Organizations