More than 12 million American workers pour their efforts into nonprofits. But they often face tight budgets and long hours that can lead to burnout, especially in the finance department. Now, nonprofits are investing in digital financial tools to attract and retain talent and build a healthy environment while still delivering on their mission.
When it comes to finances, nonprofit accounting is specialized. Traditional accounting software and corporate know-how are not enough. But with technology purpose-built for nonprofit fund accounting, finance teams have more time and cleaner data to create a stronger impact on the organization and the community they serve.
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