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The Rise of the Data-Driven Nonprofit Finance Leader

Time is a scarce resource. Recent surveys show that, on average, nonprofit finance leaders set a goal of spending 50% of their time working on strategy. However, 75% of their time is consumed by routine accounting work and protecting the organization against risks.

The role of the nonprofit finance leader has evolved—you need to streamline the "accountant and protector" processes, so you can make more time for forward-thinking strategy.

Now is the time to push your organization to adopt a data-driven strategy so that you can free up time to synthesize your own intuition and experiences with an understanding of your organization's data, trends, and history.

The rise of the data driven nonprofit finance leader

Download our e-book to explore the practical steps to driving performance with data-driven decision making. You'll learn:

  • How to become a data-driven strategist
  • Automating financial operations
  • Multi-dimensional analysis of key metrics
  • Synchronizing financial data with other systems

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