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The Global Green Growth Institute - helping the world grow sustainably with ERP technology

Posted by  Rob Gethen Smith

Headquartered in Seoul, South Korea, the Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI) is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to supporting and promoting strong, inclusive and sustainable economic growth in developing countries and emerging economies.

Becoming more efficient

In this short video, Sivabalan Muthusamy, Director of Finance at GGGI, explains how a single Unit4 Business World ERP platform to manage financials, procurement, projects, HR and Payroll, has created greater efficiency.

Employees working on the front line across the 27 countries GGGI operates in, have tools at their fingertips to monitor project progress, manage funds efficiently and report to donors on time.

What’s more, in a business where environmental practices matter, GGGI’s own green credentials are further enhanced with a paperless procurement process enabled by Business World.

Opportunities for scalability and structure in Not for Profit

Also hear from Rainelda Ampil, Senior officer for ERP at GGGI, on how Unit4 Business World is “the most highly configurable and flexible system I have ever dealt with. For not-for-profit organizations like us, it provides opportunities for scalability and to follow a structure.”

Rob Gethen Smith

Rob is an NfP specialist having worked in the sector for the last 20 years. Prior to Unit4, he was a partner at charity and membership specialists, Adapta Consulting, where he advised charities and non-profits on the effective use of information systems. He is also a trustee for the international animal welfare charity SPANA, where he chairs the Fundraising and Communications sub-committee. Rob has worked as CIO at Anthony Nolan, Southbank Centre, Tate and Macmillan Cancer Support, and as customer engagement director at Blackbaud, developing business and technology strategies and leading change initiatives. His first role in the non-profit sector was as Head of Membership Services and then Deputy Director of Fundraising at the World Wildlife Fund in the UK.