Non-Profits Service Fund Software Launched
Kintera Inc. has unveiled its first software as a service fund accounting system for non-profits.
Built on its social constituent relationship management platform, Kintera Sphere Fundware will allow non-profit and government organizations to track the flow of funds from end to end, integrating with business applications such as e-commerce, utility billing and management for grants and donors.
“One of the things in the back of people’s minds is where is the money going,” said Harry Chiu, senior vice president of product management for Kintera. “Now we have something that really ties end to end and allows our customers to build out very easy reporting, even down to an individual level.”
Aside from adding an inventory module with an e-commerce operation, Chiu said that the accounts receivable features were also enhanced from a functionality standpoint.
Kintera Sphere Fundware will be available on March 31 and its SaaS version will be released at the end of June.
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