Not For Profit

Not for Profits and Charities fall into a broad range of categories. Yet they all share a common focus – serving the communities around them.

So how do hospitals, health services, churches and unions maintain this focus instead of getting bogged down in day-to-day financial matters?

A solution to increase productivity, whatever your budget

MYOB Enterprise Solutions including EXO Business and EXO Employer Services are specifically designed to give you the tools to implement more structured processes.

They deliver a flexible and configurable system, so you can:

  • Provide full transparency to a committee or board of directors
  • Simplify and record staff activities and speed-up complex payroll procedures
  • Actively improve the efficiency of operational tasks and activities
  • Handle large amounts of transactional data across multiple sites
  • Generate bespoke reports on any area of the busines

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Success Stories

Community Axis Enterprises

When asked to sum up the biggest benefit of EXO Employer Services, Miss Wirth doesn’t hesitate. “It saves so much time, I can remember when processing fortnightly pay used to be a two day process. Now it can be done in an hour."

Community Solutions

Not for Profit organisations are accountable for the funds they get allocated by the government. Through EXO’s reports, Community Solutions can be much more transparent about their transactions and the use of those funds. It’s for this reason more than anything that EXO stands out in this sector. “This sort of budgeting and reporting is too complex for most accounting systems – but not EXO.”

Outward Bound

Upgrading to EXO Business (formally MYOB Exonet) has allowed Outward Bound to focus on its own developement – not just the personal development of the many New Zealanders taking part in one of its many fantastic outdoor courses. “It allows management more time to spend actually analysing and implementing new systems rather than getting bogged down in day-to-day financial matters.”