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29 November 2021 at 4:58 pm
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Finding the right finance solution provider to partner with as a charity is important, especially during the uncertainty of the pandemic. It’s why with over 30 years of NFP experience, JMT Consulting Group is the perfect choice.


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Your purpose is our business
29 November 2021 at 4:58 pm

Finding the right finance solution provider to partner with as a charity is important, especially during the uncertainty of the pandemic. It’s why with over 30 years of NFP experience, JMT Consulting Group is the perfect choice.

As global experts in charity and not-for-profit management and financial solutions,

JMT Consulting Group is proud to operate in Australia and offer over 30 years of expertise to Australian charities and not-for-profit organisations. We understand NFP requirements are unique and that it’s essential to partner with a trusted organisation when making decisions on financial solutions.

Trusted provider to Charities and Not-for-profit organisations for over 30 Years

Over 2,000 charities and not-for-profit organisations rely on the JMT Consulting Group to deliver the finance, development and productivity solutions required to meet their sustainability goals and effectively pursue their purpose. We know there is a uniqueness that makes NFP’s special, and that’s why we’ve specialised in providing our services to allow charities and not-for-profit organisations to better fulfil their purpose by providing best in class cloud management and financial solutions. Through our partnership with Sage Intacct, we implement these cloud-based solutions to ensure NFP’s gain the most significant benefits possible.

The importance of Not-for-profit organisations moving ahead in challenging times           

Charities and not-for-profit organisations deal with a wide range of challenges, even at the best of times. COVID-19 has put extreme pressure on many charities as it has negatively affected their ability to engage with their workforce, both paid and volunteer based, the soul of many charities. In addition, revenue from donations have diminished. At the same time, many NFP’s have seen an increased demand for their services. Having robust management and financial systems in place that allow NFP’s to be agile, have real-time visibility, and immediately deal with changing financial situations is crucial. To assist you in navigating the significant complexity of accounting in an NFP, read our free whitepaper, The Not-For-Profit CFO Survival guide.  

The Post-Covid-19 charity landscape

As a not-for-profit organisation grappling with these changes, you’re not alone as organisations globally review their existing practices and determine whether they are relevant for the vastly different post-COVID-19 landscape. One approach that has changed because of COVID-19 is the traditional 5 days a week office-based employee. Now many of Australia’s top organisations have given their employees the freedom to work remotely from home or instituted a hybrid model with a combination of office and home-based work. 

Moving to remote workforces is just one outcome not-for-profit’s will have to contend with in an industry where employee and volunteer engagement is essential. Therefore, it will be vital to implement cloud-based solutions to enable remote working among your workforce. JMT Consulting Group offers solutions specifically tailored to your organisation’s needs.

The pandemic has fostered an increased demand for NFP services, while at the same time, revenue has dropped, and volunteers have become harder to find. This reality emphasises the importance of utilising cloud-based technology to increase automation and efficiency across your organisation. Automation assists to increase engagement and enjoyment through the eradication of mundane tasks. As stated, in the recent “PWC Australia’ 2nd Annual Not-for-profit CEO Survey”: “the NFP sector is striving to achieve a balance between future-readiness and coping with the daily disruptions of COVID-19.”

Now is the time for your not-for-profit to step up to modern management and financial solutions as Australia truly opens and 2022 offers the opportunity for those equipped to take advantage of this organisational leap. Being agile and digitally prepared is no longer about being future-proofed. Instead, it’s about preparing for the present and ensuring you’re not left behind, constantly struggling to make up lost ground. 

At JMT Consulting Group, we understand Charities and Not-for-profits

We have been helping not-for-profit organisations exclusively for 30 years, mainly in the U.S, and have expanded to Australia with an Australian team and offices in Melbourne. We have worked with charities and not-for-profits, both large and small, including Médecins Sans Frontières, Breast Cancer Research Foundation, United Way, Children’s Tumor Foundation, Cancer Care, Samaritan House and thousands more! We are committed to providing exceptional personalised customer service, no matter the size or scope. Being your partner for the long term is our simple goal. We pride ourselves on client satisfaction – our average retention is nine years for client success and satisfaction. If you feel your organisation can benefit from financial management solutions, please click the link to book a free consultation

About JMT Consulting Group in Australia

JMT Consulting Group is excited to be established in Australia and we are expanding our resources nationally to offer a unique and sector-focused service solution to our growing Australian charity and not-for-profit customer base. As part of that expansion, JMT is pleased to announce the hiring of Paul Epstein, Solutions Consultant, to partner with customers seeking intelligent solutions to complex business problems. Epstein brings strategic leadership, local not-for-profit expertise, and consultative sales experience to JMT Consulting Group. 

“We are pleased to welcome Paul to JMT Consulting Group in Melbourne. His leadership and technical focus further strengthen our ability to deliver solutions for our customers” said Stephanie Rose-Belcher, Chief Operating Officer of JMT Consulting Group. “Paul will enhance our presence in the Asia Pacific as we continue to grow our international footprint. We are excited to bring our consulting services to organisations across the globe.”

Learn more about JMT Consulting Group’s cloud-based technologies and unparalleled support processes at https://jmtconsultinggroup.com.au/ 



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