Business solution supports cloud strategy, enhances reporting and boosts transparency at UK farming charity.
Business software consultancy Percipient today announced that a UK farming charity, has selected Sage Intacct. Deployed and supported by Percipient, the solution is expected to support visibility, streamline operations and add rigour to reporting. It will also form part of an overarching strategy to modernise and move IT systems to the cloud, in order to instill scale and reduce costs.
Having outgrown its previous accounting system, the non-profit organisation selected Sage Intacct based on its leading-edge native cloud design, alignment with the nuances of accounting within charities, and ability to integrate with other systems. With experience and expertise in the charities sector, Percipient was a natural choice when it came to choosing a deployment partner.
Sage Intacct combines scale with flexibility, allowing organisations to transform their financials while minimising their IT footprint. For a non-profit organisation this is crucial in keeping overheads low to maximise funds for the communities it supports.
Sage Intacct for Non-Profit
As well as being intuitive to use, and easy to maintain, Sage Intacct will enable users to report in granular detail the type of grant, beneficiary and impact of funding. This insight underpins transparency and accountability to all stakeholders of the charity, instilling trust and confidence within its community. A key benefit of its native cloud design is that Sage Intacct can be integrated easily with other systems, such as forecasting, expense management and CRM, for consistency and clarity.
“We are delighted to welcome another Sage Intacct customer, and look forward to supporting them in their cloud-led digital transformation,” comments Chris Stock, Managing Director, Percipient. “Sage Intacct combines scale with flexibility, allowing organisations to transform their financials while minimising their IT footprint. For a non-profit organisation this is crucial in keeping overheads low to maximise funds for the communities it supports.”
The project is expected to go live in December 2020.