MYOB Greentree Industries

Non Profit Software

At Star Business Solutions we have had the privilege to work with several not-for-profit organisations. These are the people who are out there working so hard to better enable our communities and environment, however they too need systems in place that help them do the good work that they do. Not-for-profit managers, like all managers enjoy the benefits of seeing the whole picture through the intuitive interface of our full CRM system and more specifically our Fund Raising module.

Receive pledges and donations and allow MYOB Greentree to do the rest

Our Fund Raising module allows charity organisations that receive pledges and donations to capture whom the pledge/donation is from, what it relates to and the amount involved. It also allows for the easy receipt and acknowledgement of donations by automatically generating tax invoices. The use of Tree Categories also allows donations to be coded and matched against projects with the same code resource requirements. This ensures every donation is targeted towards projects accurately and effectively.

MYOB Greentree's Non Profit Software is fully integrated for seamless interaction between multiple business systems and users

We have also provided our not-for-profit clients with the financial systems they needed to be fully integrated with Job Costing to ensure funds were accurately allocated to projects. Even our Accounts Receivable customisation has been fully utilised by enabling not-for-profits to automatically import large volumes of transactions into the financial system.

The Not-for-profits that we have worked with have found that they were able to streamline the tracking and management of the relationships between funding, donors, projects and sponsorship. If your not-for-profit organisation is looking for project management capability at the most cost effective price then you should speak to us.

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"Overall, Greentree was a better fit than SAP, & that decision has saved us hundreds of thousands of dollars in implementation & operational costs."

David Horner