Unit4 forms Non-Profit Advisory Council to gather input on industry issues

Unit4 Connect 2016, New Orleans, LA, 

Unit4, a fast growing leader in enterprise applications for service organizations, today announced the formation of an Advisory Council dedicated to the Non-Profit sector. Formed as part of Unit4’s strategic focus on delivering leading solutions to Non-Profit organizations globally, the Council includes senior customer representatives and leading industry experts.

The first Advisory Council meeting takes place today at Unit4’s North American Connect Conference in New Orleans, and builds on a successful European advisory meeting in April. Council members will be encouraged to exchange knowledge and experience that will support Unit4’s sector approach to product development and ensure that future innovation is prioritized based on real customer and sector need.

“Not-for-Profits need to be able to concentrate on managing valuable funds." #nonprofit #U4C2016

Paul Marriner, Global Industry Lead, Non-Profit & Public Services, Unit4

“Non-Profit organizations are increasingly under pressure to deliver operational transparency to keep their supporters informed and supportive,” said Paul Marriner, Global Industry Lead, Non-Profit and Public Services at Unit4. “Non-Profits need to be able to concentrate on managing valuable funds and furthering their cause in the knowledge administration is efficient and effective. Their enterprise systems have a huge role to play in supporting people to better focus on what’s important. With our strong involvement with Inside NGO and NetHope, Unit4 has substantial experience in the sector.”

Unit4 works with more than 100 large NGOs and Non-Profit associations around the world including Heifer International, The Salvation Army, Save the Children, The British Red Cross, Conservation International, Norwegian People’s Aid, Rethink Mental Illness, ICIPE, Trocaire, Vinfen, ACD VOCA, MAP International, Conservation Volunteers, Institute of Cancer Research, The Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI), and the Canadian Diabetes Association.



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