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Syncing Nonprofit Salesforce Fundraising and Accounting

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Syncing Nonprofit Salesforce Fundraising and Accounting

Time: September 24, 2020 from 4pm to 5pm
Location: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/5815985391761/WN_QKdzL7TLTqKVJJbZ5BUmow
Website or Map: https://us02web.zoom.us/webin…
Event Type: webinar
Organized By: Charles Comstock
Latest Activity: Sep 1

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An accounting system is about the numbers. A constituent relationship management (CRM) system is about people, like donors. In the past, these systems have not connected easily, creating obstacles for the Resource Development, Grants Management, and Finance teams to work together.

In this webinar we'll be discussing how the current generation of technologies overcomes these obstacles. This allows both Finance and Resource Development to become more productive, getting better data and saving time. Register now to learn:

- How the power of open-source, cloud-based platforms is making "syncing" so much easier and less expensive

- When to integrate, upload/download, or use simple reports

- Simple "sync" strategies to get quick returns

- News about Salesforce's new sub-ledger application that syncs S/F fundraising to Quickbooks, Sage Intacct, Financial Edge or other nonprofit accounting systems.

As always, our expert panelists will be available for Q & A during the webinar. In case this time doesn't work for you, register now and a link to the recording will be available after the session.

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