Posted by Peggy Duvette, NetSuite Director of Social Impact
NetSuite recently announced a partnership with Connecting Up, Inc. to bring its software donation program to Australian nonprofits. Executed through the NetSuite.org corporate citizenship program, Australian nonprofits would gain immediate access to NetSuite’s cloud business suite of applications including ERP, CRM, ecommerce, professional services automation (PSA), NetSuite TribeHR for social human capital management (HCM) and the LightCMS content management platform via Connecting Up, Inc.
Connecting Up, Inc., is committed to unleashing the power of nonprofits by providing them a variety of information, products, resources and programs. Working in Australia, New Zealand and throughout Southeast Asia, Connecting Up manages technology donation programs, enabling nonprofits to access and leverage cutting-edge technologies to improve operational efficiency.
NetSuite.org, NetSuite's corporate citizenship arm, donates NetSuite's powerful cloud-based management suite of applications to qualified nonprofits to conduct their mission-critical business operations like accounting, social impact reporting and business processes unique to their organizations, as well as ERP, grants management, donor management, human resources, content management and fundraising. Given its background and corporate citizenship goals, the partnership between Connecting Up and NetSuite was a perfect fit.
In addition to a software donation from NetSuite, qualified Australian nonprofits can also benefit from NetSuite.org's unique grantee support program, SuiteVolunteers, which pairs NetSuite employees with grantees to tackle the not-for-profits' back-office challenges through ongoing pro bono projects.
To learn more about NetSuite’s partnership with Connecting Up, read our recent press release. To learn more about the software suppliers available via Connecting Up, visit its Nonprofit Directory.
Posted on Thu, July 9, 2015
by Peggy Duvette