The charity has purchased finance, project costing, billing and procurement
technology that will be used across its 29 national organisations.
It should reduce administration costs, improve budgeting, prepare the
organisation for ongoing regulatory change, and enable the charity to
demonstrate to its donors where money has been spent.
The charity currently has dozens of localised accounting systems.
“The global implementation of UNIT4 will allow us to be true to one of our
five core values which is accountability – we take personal responsibility for
using our resources efficiently, achieving measurable results, and being
accountable to supporters, partners and, most of all, children,” Pam Innes,
director for IPU Transition at Save the Children.
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