When it comes to managing your financing, there's only one product that comes to mind, QuickBooks. Many organizations both small and large in size use QuickBooks to manage their accounts because their friends use Quickbooks, because the company downstairs uses QuickBooks, because their competition uses QuickBooks. If Gravity software had any say in the matter, they would want you to use their product for all your accounting needs.
There are numerous alternatives to QuickBooks that have begun to catch on, but many of these products are for large organizations. Gravity Software is the first online business management application that utilizes Microsoft Dynamics CRM platform allowing their users to access their finances from anywhere around the world. So whether you're a start-up organization or a medium one, nonprofit organizations have options when it comes to managing their finances.
There are many components that make up Gravity software. As your organization grows your finances become more complex and you need a program that will show you how much money you've spent in the fiscal year and what exactly you spent it on. With graphs and charts, you'll never wonder where the money was allocated or how much you spend on programs or labor. Already do your finances on Excel? Copy and paste right into Gravity software.
Interested? Gravity software knows that they have something special. Your nonprofit can try it risk-free for 30 days. If after those thirty days you like what you see, there are three options that you can choose from ranging from $240 if your charity already owns Microsoft Dynamics CRM to $565 per month.
For more information or to start your free trial go Gravity software's website.
Danielle Vitali got her B.F.A. in
Creative Writing from Emerson College. She is now a freelance writer and works
as the social media manager at a busy Irish pub in Boston. She's is also the
author of a comic book entitled, "The Superhighs"
and writes a blog called, "Sir I Think
You've Had Too Much." In her spare time she loves reading
graphic novels, writing, and playing with her dog Guinness.