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NetSuite Partners with TechSoup Global to Serve NGOs

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NetSuite announced a partnership with TechSoup Global, the international network that uses to technology to help build the capacity for nongovernmental organizations, to leverage NetSuite’s suite of cloud business management applications for nonprofits worldwide.

The partnership gives qualified nonprofits access to a donation of this suite, which includes ERP, CRM, ecommerce, professional services automation, TribeHR for social human capital management and the LightCMS content management platform, on TechSoup.org through the NetSuite.org corporate citizenship program. The applications can be used for accounting, social impact reporting, nonprofit business processes, ERP, grants management, donor management and fundraising, and will eventually be available to organizations through the TechSoup Global Network of 52 partner organizations worldwide.

“This partnership fills a very specific need for our community that has not been addressed up until this time,” stated Gayle Samuelson Carpentier, chief business development officer of TechSoup Global. “It goes a long way toward helping TechSoup Global deliver on its promise to provide technology information and resources for nonprofits and to help mission-driven organizations change the world faster.”

In addition to providing the first cloud-based financial solution to be available through TechSoup Global’s product philanthropy platform, NetSuite offers unique grantee support programs to qualified NGOs, including SuiteVolunteers, which pairs NetSuite employees with grantees to tackle the NGOs’ back-office challenges through ongoing pro-bono projects.

“We’re excited about the chance to ultimately extend our suite of applications to deserving organizations around the globe and equip them with the tools to manage finances and donors, and explain the impact that their efforts are having on their communities and the world,” stated David Geilhufe, senior director of NetSuite.org.

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