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Nonprofit-focused accounting software maker Serenic Corporation is now offering free trials of Serenic Navigator Express, a cloud-based version of the company’s flagship accounting product designed to track multiple funds, manage expenses against budgets, and produce timely, accurate reports.

Small and midsized nonprofit organizations can now access a free, 15-day trial complete with step-by-step video product tours. Testers can try-out the software by using Serenic’s demo data, importing their own data, or modifying the demo data to reflect their organizations’ specific information. Serenic Navigator Express is hosted on the Microsoft Windows Azure cloud.

“Allowing customers to test drive Serenic Navigator Express provides them an opportunity to experience first-hand the functionality they can access in the cloud, where more and more nonprofit and public sector organizations are conducting the business of their missions,” said Serenic president and chief executive Randy Keith. “The trial showcases how easy it is to navigate through daily tasks and critical accounting features using Serenic’s secure, portable system.” 

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