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Nonprofit Pain Points: Staff Resources and Internal Controls
Solutions for Member Giving Engagement
Selecting an Optimum Nonprofit Financial Management System
What Others Are Saying
“Dynamic’s expertise and collaborative approach were exactly what we needed when we were faced with significant challenges in our business. Mano’s leadership and insights provided stability for our...” Read MoreAdnan Jamali, North America-Group Representative & CFO, DAHER Group
Filled Critical Gap
“Dynamic’s accounting services expertly filled a critical gap when our long-time, trusted finance manager resigned to start her own business. They were able to take over accounting duties in...” Read MoreJean Whiddon, CEO, Fixation Marketing
Valued Thought Partner
“Mano Koilpillai of Dynamic was instrumental in bringing stability and leadership to the finance and broader administrative team. She prepared and presented board reports; identified ways to tighten...” Read MoreTyra Mariani, President and COO, New America
“Dynamic assisted us with capacity-building in our infrastructure and staffing to support our overall growth. Dynamic worked with us collaboratively to restructure our finance department and recruit for...” Read MoreDeborah Edwards, Vice President of Operations and CFO, AcademyHealth
What differentiates Dynamic from other service providers?
Dynamic believes in supporting nonprofits holistically, from a 360-degree perspective, in order to ensure excellence in key areas of nonprofit operational performance – finance, marketing, and technology.
Why should nonprofits consider outside services?
Outside firms can be good resources to (1) temporarily or permanently fill staff vacancies; and (2) provide specialized skill sets not found among current staff including strategic thought leadership, project management, complex analyses, and systems recommendations and implementations.
How does Dynamic typically start engagements?
Dynamic begins all engagements with detailed fact-gathering to understand the issues, organizational culture, personnel and engagement objectives, and success criteria. Depending on the complexity of the engagement, this discovery may be done through a single meeting or a series of meetings with key personnel.