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3 February 2011 at 12:20 pm
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Sponsored Article | Essatto Software, an Australian software development company has released a new product called Essatto for Not for Profits – to help simplify and automate Board and funding-based reporting.

Staff Reporter | 3 February 2011 at 12:20 pm


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Simplify & Automate Board & Funding-based Reporting
3 February 2011 at 12:20 pm

Essatto Software, an Australian software development company has released a new product called Essatto for Not for Profits – to help simplify and automate Board and funding-based reporting.

This innovative product takes data from your MYOB, Quickbooks or other accounting systems to produce:

  • Board & Management Reports
  • Acquittal Statements by Funding Stream or Project across multiple reporting periods
  • Surplus/Deficit Profit and Loss Reports by Project
  • Budget vs Actual Reporting
  • Dashboard view for Analysis
  • And a range of adhoc reports including ‘funds remaining by project’

Are you spending too much time generating these reports? If so, call Essatto today to discuss your requirements and arrange a free demonstration.

Please contact Cameron Gill on 1300 836968, 0403 060921 or via email cgill@essatto.com

More information available here: www.essatto.com/nfp.html



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