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As a Microsoft Gold Partner, here at m-hance we’ve helped over 100 NfPs and charities to optimise fundraising campaigns, manage their volunteers, reclaim Gift Aid and VAT and reduce costs through the Microsoft Dynamics solutions that we offer.
Our wealth of experience means that we understand that as an organisation operating in the Not-for-Profit (NfP) or charitable sector, it’s vital that all of your resources are directed as much as possible towards your chosen cause. That can cause a reluctance to invest in IT. Yet, with the right fundraising and finance solutions in place you can achieve your goals and see a clear return from your investment.
NfP 365 Finance gives you complete control and vision of your financial performance.
Financial management for modern charities.See More
NfP 365 Accelerator is a donor management CRM solution that is perfect for smaller charities. It’s a single database where you can store and organise all of the information regarding your supporters, donors and volunteers.
You can increase your efficiency, generate more income and enhance your data security and compliance!See More
NfP 365 Fundraising and Engagement is the perfect choice if you’re looking for a quick and easy implementation of a supporter relationship management solution.
Comes with scalable functionality for growing charities.See More
NfP 365 Enterprise is based on the Microsoft Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement and provides a single view of each supporter, so you can understand relationships and target supporters in a responsible way whilst maximising results.
It’s intuitive, easy to use and it integrates seamlessly with Microsoft Office 365.See More
Manage your finances and produce SoFA reports in accordance with SORP guidelines with Microsoft Dynamics GP.
If you’re a registered Charity you could benefit from discounted Microsoft licences too.See More
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