There comes a time in the life of a nonprofit where the organization needs to re-evaluate its accounting software. Adopting new accounting software requires a methodical investigation: a notable investment of time by key organization leaders with potential resource and budgetary impacts. Read this white paper to learn how to begin planning for new software, prioritizing your purchasing criteria, and vetting and selecting a vendor.
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