For growing nonprofits seeking a scalable, friendly solution to better manage their fundraising and fund accounting, OneNFP (offered as Financials Standard or Financials Lite) is a great option to evaluate. This nimble, web-based system takes advantage of existing cutting-edge technologies and solutions to provide a comprehensive platform that can manage of everything from fundraising efforts to accounting, reporting, and daily administration.
OneNFP is, at it's core, a fund accounting solution. It's built on Serenic Navigator, an industry powerhouse that currently supports more than ten thousand users across the globe in some of the world's biggest nonprofits. With this solid and reputable foundation, OneNFP scales easily, making it a great option for smaller nonprofits looking for a solution to grow with their organization.
Features in the Fund Accounting module include core accounting, budget control, time and expense tracking, and batch allocations, among others. The software workflow is also designed to protect users from problematic errors, with an automated approval process and billing history that's stored forever.
Another benefit of OneNFP is its deployment. Like many solutions on the market today, OneNFP lives in the cloud, and sits atop the powerful, reliable Microsoft Cloud. This eliminates the time (and costs) associated with maintaining your own hardware and backups, while also offering a huge degree of mobility; once deployed, OneNFP can be accessed from anywhere, including smartphones and tablets, so users can access live, real-time data from anywhere.
We usually recommend OneNFP Essentials to nonprofits with less than $50M in operating budget, and the system can flex to support a variety of nonprofit types: animal welfare, environmental, faith-based ministries, human services, and more.
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Sharon from The Center for Biological Diversity
Number of employees: 51-200 employees
Sabine from World Wide Web Foundation
Number of employees: 11-50 employees
Nancy from Horry County Disabilities & Special Needs
Number of employees: 201-500 employees