When it comes to doing business effectively, technology is one of the biggest assets in which a nonprofit organization can invest. Staff members gain valuable time back into their busy schedules and nonprofits perform at their best when data is streamlined and easily accessible.

Here are three benefits your organization can gain by implementing true fund accounting and integrated HR software.

Happier Staff: Most nonprofit organizations would agree that budgets are tight and staff members are functioning at their maximum capacity. Trust me, you’re not alone in that. For Humberto Duran, CFO at Mariposa Community Health Center, his staff cut the payroll process at least in half by automating the process with HR modules. His staff are now able to spend more time on the things that matter and less time inputting data – making them a lot happier.

Optimized Processes: The last thing any nonprofit needs is increased effort because of disparate systems. Though it may seem like a no-brainer, taking an inventory on your HR team’s processes may surprise you on how much duplicated work is done to complete day-to-day tasks. Duran’s team calculated payroll by counting all employees’ hours by hand. Now that everything is integrated with their fund accounting software, they can complete payroll seamlessly with just a click of a button.

Increased Accuracy: As with any manual process, there’s always room for human error, no matter how fantastic your team is. HR teams can leverage software to pull reports and forms without having to rely on input from duplicated information. HR and Payroll will be able to pull data and gain visibility from the same resource. This type of accuracy builds transparency within the nonprofit and can allow reports to be more accurate across different departments.

Download the Mariposa Success Story to learn more about how this organization is leveraging true fund accounting and integrated HR software to work in a more seamless, automated work environment.