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Connecting the dots across a multitude of applications and end user adoption have traditionally been areas that nonprofits have struggled with. This means that information consumption is low both for key decision makers and remote field workers. In the past, ERP vendors have tried to solve this by building monolithic ERP systems that take ages to implement and never deliver on the critical goals for nonprofits. Unit4 is introducing a game changer with its new agile and extensible ERP architecture. It allows for quick implementation of a Nonprofit Mesh of key applications and ensures that staff have access to critical information in the right format whenever it is needed most.
|Chris Brewer, Sales Executive, Nonprofits, Unit4, (email)|
Chris has more than 25 years experience working with some of the world's largest Not-for-Profits and NGOs to enhance their technological capacity. As a Global Lead, Not-for-Profit, Chris focuses on helping leaders identify and address changing patterns in philanthropy and shifts in technology to ensure their organizations' ongoing success and increase social impact.
|Jeroen Figee, Industries Product Manager, Nonprofits, Unit4, (LinkedIn profile, email)|
Jeroen is the Deputy Head of industries within Unit4 product management, working in the business software market for over 17 years. He joined Unit4 in 2007 as ERP consultant working with a large number of clients in the Netherlands and in the rest of the world and in different industries before he continued as presales consultant. Currently he works with Nonprofit, Professional Services and Public Sector clients, to gather requirements and define our corporate roadmap for the industries serving. He is curious about business processes, IT technology and customer insights and especially how to combine them. His deep knowledge in the sectors allows him to support and advice you on relevant business challenges. He is based in the Netherlands.