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Everything listed under: Nonprofit Industry

  • Nonprofits, Increasingly Eliminating the Pain and Cost of Grant Accounting

    Most nonprofits depend heavily on grants from philanthropic foundations, corporations, government agencies and high-net-worth individuals. Accounting for how those grants are spent, however, is one of the biggest financial administration pain points facing these organizations.

  • SuiteWorld 2017 Nonprofit Keynote: The Next Nirvana

    At the SuiteWorld 2017 keynote for nonprofits, Harish Moran, NetSuite’s Vice President of Solution Consulting and David Geilhufe, Senior Director of Nonprofit, detail the challenges confronting nonprofits today, including greater demand for information from donors, board members and even recipients, evolving business models and disconnects between the front and back office, and how NetSuite is helping overcome these challenges including the new SuiteSuccess for Nonprofits Industry solution.

  • Evan Goldberg’s SuiteWorld 2017 Keynote: Ready, Set, Next

    In his keynote for SuiteWorld 2017, NetSuite Executive Vice President details all the new features in NetSuite, including global expansion, industry solutions, omnichannel commerce, global supply chain automation, advanced bill of materials, time sheets in SRP, project profitability reporting, NetSuite for Agencies, NetSuite’s commitment to nonprofits, performance improvements, SuiteCloud platform enhancements, and new integrations between NetSuite and Oracle Planning and Budgeting.

  • Jim McGeever, Mark Hurd Promise More, More, More in SuiteWorld 2017 Keynote: Next Starts Now

    In the opening keynote from SuiteWorld 2017, NetSuite Global Business Unit Executive Vice President Jim McGeever shares what’s next for NetSuite and the industry. McGeever announces SuiteSuccess, a new industry cloud solution, and SuitePeople, core HR functionality built onto the NetSuite platform.

  • Legal Aid Society Boosts Efficiency and its Mission with NetSuite

    For the Legal Aid Society of Rochester (LASROC), every dollar saved on administrative efficiency is a dollar that can go toward providing legal services for the roughly 10,000 low-income individuals the nonprofit serves across a nine-county region in central New York.

  • Hackathon 4Good Headed to SuiteWorld in Las Vegas

    Amid the bright lights and bustling casinos of Las Vegas, developers, customers, partners and NetSuite Global Business Unit employees will come together to use their professional skills for good at the Hackathon 4Good at SuiteWorld. Set for Monday, April 24, the first day of SuiteWorld, NetSuite’s customer conference, close to 100 participants will spend the day developing innovative prototypes to address the challenges posed by a NetSuite nonprofit customer.

  • Nonprofit Momentum Continues at SuiteWorld 2017

    It is no secret that nonprofit business models are constantly changing. While the innovation is exciting, it’s also causing sector complexities to grow like weeds. The nonprofits that thrive are embracing this next wave of change, instead of shying away. Due to the agility of its software – NetSuite’s nonprofit customer base is growing exponentially, thus (to no surprise) pushing an increased industry presence at our upcoming user conference, SuiteWorld.

  • Five Key Trends Nonprofits Must Adapt to in 2017

    With more than 1.8 million nonprofit organizations operating in the United States alone, providing 5.4 percent of the nation’s entire GDP, the nonprofit sector has increasingly proven itself as a key player in today’s business landscape. Similar to the for-profit sector, this strong presence and reach also comes with complexities. 

  • Chocolate Maker Theo & Philo Sweetens Its Business with Oracle+NetSuite Social Impact

    As one of the world’s tropical equatorial nations that produce the raw material for chocolate, the Philippines is experiencing growth as an exporter of chocolate. Not coincidentally, Theo & Philo is growing in the Philippines as well. A maker of premium artisanal chocolates, Theo & Philo is the brainchild of Philo Chua, who developed a love of cooking with chocolate while working as an IT programmer in Pittsburgh, PA.