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Posts Tagged ‘Dynamics GP for Nonprofits’

Nonprofit Accounting Practices: Vendor Invoices (2 of 4)

This is the second blog post based on our nonprofit whitepaper "Accounting Best Practices: Procurement to Payment" on Vendor Invoices.  Tate and Tryon recently conducted a survey to help nonprofits better understand how their current practices compare to similar organizations and where there are opportunities for improvement.  Our Procurement to Payment survey examined contracts, vendor […]

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Microsoft Dynamics GP for Nonprofits: Automating Purchase Transactions

Nonprofits and associations face many challenges when processing purchase transactions. In addition to limited oversight, filling out multiple forms and data duplication, there is rarely any mobile processing capability. Many of our nonprofit clients are using Microsoft Dynamics GP to automate these purchase processes, thereby acceleration the requisition process and providing a cleaner, better audit […]

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Video Testimonial: Dynamics GP Helps Private School Keep Their Focus On The Kids

Fidelity & Integrity are two important qualities in education as well as in business. This is the motto for Choate Rosemary Hall, a private co-ed boarding school in Wallingford, Connecticut that traces its roots back to 1890. They have educated thousands of students from around the world including some very well known influencers in our […]

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Grant Management for Your Nonprofit with Microsoft Dynamics GP

The Grant Management module in Microsoft Dynamics GP was designed primarily for not-for-profit and public sector organizations. Grant Management, as its title indicates, automates grant management processes, so you can more easily track your grants, demonstrate accountability, and attract future funding. Automated grant management empowers you to make faster, better spending decisions for better use […]

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