Software Advice works with hundreds of nonprofit professionals searching for new accounting software every year. This gives us insights into the challenges they face when researching products.
The bottom line—it’s overwhelming.
It takes time, energy and money to search for and compare nonprofit accounting software, and to implement a new system. The good news is that choosing the right solution can more than make up for that investment by saving money, increasing efficiency, and helping your organization build accountability and trust.
This checklist breaks the selection process into seven critical steps, and provides tips on how to choose the best software for your nonprofit.
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