Accounting Software for Pennsylvania Nonprofit Organizations
Implementing nonprofit ERP accounting software is tough work. Given that projects can can take anywhere from sixty days to 9 months (or more), it is important to select a vendor that you can trust to complete the work and deliver a system that you will use for many years. Most mid-market ERP software systems are sold and implemented through a channel of partners. This offers our customers best of both worlds: high-quality, cutting edge software implemented by a local expert that lives in your community.
Since working with Empower, we’ve been blessed with five years of tremendous growth. We now have no technology constraints in growing our business.
Missy Lovrich, CFO, Imler’s Poultry L.P
Local Pennsylvania Reseller and Partner
For this reason, we’ve partnered with Empower Business Solutions to serve nonprofits in Central and Western Pennsylvania. Since 1989, Empower Business Solutions has been partnering with small and midsize businesses that require robust business management software. Strategically located in Altoona, PA, Empower has the knowledge and experience to assist nonprofit of all sizes select and implement new nonprofit accounting software. Empower specializes in Financial Management software, Distribution Management software, and Business Intelligence & Reporting. Pennsylvania is a state with a wide variety of nonprofit organizations, so NonProfitPlus is excited to partner with a local reseller that has deep experience in a number of verticals and has industry expertise. Whether you have outgrown QuickBooks or have a homegrown business system and need to move to a modern one, Empower can help.
When selecting a partner to work with, it is important to understand their capabilities and expertise. Some partners specialize in core accounting setup, while others may have software development teams that can customize the software to your liking. In addition to general business software consulting, Empower Business Solutions has the staff on hand to create reports and enhance your Business Intelligence. Cloud-based ERP systems offer end users the leisure of configuring or customizing the software to meet the needs of each organization, rather than the other way around. This could be a simple as adding a custom field to a donor record or as complex as creating a custom process or rule. Empower Business Solutions has the development staff on-hand and is certified to work within the Acumatica ERP platform. When asked about partnering with Empower, Missy Lovrich, CFO of Imler’s Poultry L.P. said “Since working with Empower, we’ve been blessed with five years of tremendous growth. We now have no technology constraints in growing our business”.
The Keystone state has long been considered a state with a strong nonprofit presence. According to our friends at Guidestar, Pennsylvania currently has over 100,00 nonprofit organizations, coming in at #5 when compared to all states by sheer number of nonprofit organizations. The PA nonprofit scene is diverse as it is deep, encompassing large universities like the University of Pittsburgh all the way to small Christian service related organizations. Pennsylvania is also know for it’s plethora of food banks, hospitals and various foundations.
As a Pennsylvania native myself (shout out to Bucks County!), I can speak to the altruism, generosity and quality of program and services across the entire state. As a kid, it was very easy to get involved in the community, volunteer and raise funds for church and school related activities. That’s why I’m so excited to team up with Joe Hasson and his team from Empower Business Solutions to support Pennsylvania nonprofits as they look to move their financial management software to the cloud. The combination of new technology and a strong local partner is how we plan on empowering nonprofits to grow and efficiently serve their communities.
For more information about this partnership, please contact Joe Hasson, President of Empowered Business Solutions at 814-942-8777 or JoeH@em-powered.com.
Written by: Bill Dean