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Open Systems Offers Integrated Inventory for Nonprofits


Open Systems Inc. has made available and integrated inventory tool for its Traverse Not-For-Profit product, designed to allow nonprofit organizations to keep track of products and merchandise, whether in-store, on-the-road, or online.

The new inventory functionality in Traverse Not-For-Profit offers nonprofit companies a customizable set of tools for reviewing unlimited budgets and forecasts; a variety of reporting options for multiple stakeholders; and drill-down capabilities that allow easy access to source transactions throughout the system.

“As not-for-profit organizations review their books for the year and their options for accounting software in 2014, Open Systems is ready to help them with changing regulatory needs and increased need for accountability,” said Open Systems vice president of sales, Paul Lundquist.  “We’ve worked successfully with not-for-profit organizations for over 30 years. This has allowed us to develop a full suite of integrated applications they need to successfully run their nonprofits, including accounting applications, banking, inventory, and CRM. These enhancements to Traverse Not-For-Profit are just more examples of our commitment to this market.”


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