"Sage Intacct's solution lowers the cost of ownership and speeds up the implementation process. Paying a monthly usage-based fee helps us align IT costs with the overall business objectives. And timely upgrades of new capabilities let us immediately benefit from emerging technologies." – Jim Metzger, CFO, TeleManagement Forum
Using Sage Intacct's end-user configurable Dashboards, NFPs can see customizable KPIs like Program Efficiency, Fundraising Expenses, Grant Revenue and more. In addition, charts, graphs and reports can be easily added to a Dashboard to see such things as Net Assets by Restriction, Cash Trends, Revenue Sources, Capital Assets by Category and much more.
FASB and GASB-compliant reports, such as Statement of Activities, Statement of Financial Position and Statement of Functional Expenses come out-of-the-box, and with the use of Intacct's intuitive report writer, virtually any report can be created. Using Sage Intacct's Dimensions, reports can readily be created to show such useful information as Revenue by Constituent, Revenue, and Expenditures by Grant, SEFA-detailed reports and more.
Sage Intacct gives you deeper fund visibility because of its strong multi-dimensional architecture.
Sage Intacct's flexible, dimensional chart of accounts allows you to easily track details such as grants, programs, project, timeframe, funding source, restriction and so much more.
With automated workflows that support multiple entities, locations, and currencies, Intacct makes your core financial operations faster and more efficient.
Cut the time to manage fund accounting by as much as 90 percent and improve finance productivity by 25 percent or more by utilizing Intacct for your nonprofit organization.
Sage Intacct's multi-entity capability gives Nonprofit organizations quicker financial consolidations, detailed information of funds and customized reporting.
Multi-entity functionality is important for Nonprofits with a hierarchy of sites such as Chapters, Subsidiaries, Nationwide, or Global locations.
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