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Twilight Aged Care (TAC)

Twilight Aged Care (TAC) is a not-for-profit aged care organisation that offers low and moderate high care accommodation for seniors. TAC lacked a system to effectively manage all resident data, client data, and financial data including subsidies provided by the government.

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Skookum

Skookum, a non-profit employment services contractor services both the public and private sector, including the U.S. Army on the hiring side, and disabled veterans badly in need of restoring both their pride and a paycheck. Agresso helps Skookum maintain the agility it needs to meet the changing needs of today, while planning for the organisational rapid-growth plan for tomorrow.

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Kidney Health Australia

Kidney Health Australia has been promoting kidney and urinary tract health to consumers and the medical profession for over forty years. The not-for-profit organisation wanted to integrate and streamline systems to better support business objectives. At the samr time, it needed to develop closer relationships and more targeted communications with donors, sponsors and other supporters.

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Green Building Council of Australia (GBCA)

GBCA, a not-for-profit organisation, was established in 2002 to promote green building programs, technologies and design practices. Property industry interest in sustainability information saw GBCA’s turnover grow from just $450,000 in its first year to approximately $9.5 million in 2011. Due to such rapid growth, GBCA’s financial needs were becoming much more complex than the existing financial management software could cope with.

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Joburg Zoo

Relying too much on manual systems and spreadsheets, JHB Zoo was suffering from a lack of cohesion across its accounting and supply chain functions. By implementing Sage Pastel Evolution, JHB Zoo is now able manage all of the zoo’s operations more effectively with improved visibility and minimal resources.

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