Moving from Transactional Accounting to Analytical Decision Support
With a rich 100-year history of serving seniors and their families through a variety of health, wellness, and social services, Lutheran SeniorLife’s business has expanded significantly over the years. Most recently, the nonprofit acquired some organizations that provide visiting nursing and human services, each of which used different accounting systems. With this increasing complexity, Lutheran SeniorLife’s chart of accounts and financial processes were getting out of hand, and its finance team decided to centralize core functions and move all 24 entities onto one robust platform.
Around this time, the organization also migrated its clinical system to HealthMEDX, and went in search of a user-friendly financial management solution that could connect with its new software to help improve productivity across the board. “We wanted a platform that would build on the basic capabilities of our legacy system, with the addition of rich reporting and a more integrated multi-entity general ledger,” said William Thompson, accounting manager at Lutheran SeniorLife. “We chose Sage Intacct over Oracle and Microsoft Dynamics for its flexibility and ability to eliminate manual work in support of our goal to transform the traditional approach to finance, and alter the mix of our finance team’s skills towards more financial analysis, risk management, and forecasting.”
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