Microsoft launches Dynamics 365 Nonprofit Accelerator
Posted by Rob Gethen Smith
Microsoft today launched its Dynamics 365 Nonprofit Accelerator on the Common Data Model for Nonprofits designed to drive greater impact in the nonprofit sector. In today’s blog post, Microsoft says “the Dynamics 365 Nonprofit Accelerator brings together solutions for nonprofits through our world class partner ecosystem to help nonprofits improve end-to-end mission delivery and insights. These solutions will power core nonprofit processes from program delivery, constituent management, fundraising, volunteer management, impact measurement, and more.”
This is a great development for the Nonprofit industry. We’re proud to work closely with Microsoft and our customers to develop sector-specific solutions that advance the impact of nonprofits around the world.
We work with more than 100 of the largest NGOs, not-for-profit associations and foundations around the world including The Salvation Army, Conservation International, Norwegian People’s Aid, Rethink Mental Illness, ICIPE, Trocaire, Vinfen, ACDI/VOCA, MAP International, Institute of Cancer Research, Marie Stopes International, The Red Cross and Save the Children International, and understand the challenges they face.
We announced today that War Child is the latest non-profit to implement Business World ERP, to maximize efficiency and ensure transparency and accountability to donors. War Child works hard to improve the lives of children affected by war around the world. Its growth in recent years had made program impact reporting more difficult, but with our help, they can provide the highest level of accountability vital for all Not-for-Profit organizations where every penny and every decision counts.
Microsoft shares our passion and commitment to the sector as a long-term investment to truly unlock new capabilities and improve end-to-end mission delivery. Together, we are incredibly optimistic about the potential for digital technology to help transform nonprofits.