Specialist NFP Software Reduces Regulatory Burden
18 November 2010 at 11:33 am
Tasmanian-based software development company – 1024 (ten-twenty-four)- will demonstrate its client management system, designed exclusively for the community and Not for Profit sector, in Melbourne later this month.
Called Ivo, the system is designed to manage multiple funding sources and varied reporting requirements.
1024’s Managing Director, Rohan Mitchell says the focus of 1024 is to assist community and Not for Profit organisations to function more effectively within the unique constraints of the sector – limited funding, increasing demand for services, and ongoing and often increasing reporting obligations to funding bodies.
He says Ivo is a modern and sophisticated application for organisations to manage their clients and workloads as well as providing extensive reporting and data analysis capabilities.
Mitchel says in particular, 1024 aims to simplify and help reduce the regulatory and reporting burdens facing NFPs.
1024 has extensive experience in the Not for Profit sector, working exclusively with community organisations since 2002.
Advocacy Tasmania’s Ken Hardaker says he has found 1024 and Rohan Mitchell to have an excellent understanding of the community sector. He says 1024 was professional and responsive and has remained so after development was completed.
1024 will be demonstrating the Ivo software at two sessions in Melbourne on Tuesday, November 30th.
Session times: 9:00 – 10:30am
10:30am – 12:00pm
Address: Infoxchange, 375 to 377 Johnston St, Abbotsford.
To register for the event, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
1024 would also like to invite people to register their interest in attending a demonstration in Sydney or Brisbane. To register your interest, send an email to Rohan Mitchell at email@example.com