Tangicloud for NFP’s

Tangicloud for NFP’s

Tangicloud for NFP’s

  • Posted by Jay Malik
  • On December 18, 2016

Tangicloud Launches First Microsoft Cloud Fund Accounting Solution

Tangicloud launches ‘Tangicloud for NFPs’, a Microsoft Cloud Fund Accounting software designed for Nonprofits.  The product, a full-function accounting software based on world-renowned Microsoft Dynamics NAV is built with the specific needs of the nonprofit industry in mind.

“We believe that when you serve those whose mission is to positively impact our world, you have a higher responsibility to provide the best software possible at the fairest price possible,” said CEO Jay Malik. “It has been our honor to serve this industry in the past, and we are stepping back up to the challenge of providing the most modern and robust solution with what we feel is a great new solution for the industry.  Feedback so far has been tremendous, and we’re excited to share this solution.”

Tangicloud took on the responsibility for servicing 14 clients from a software company that suspended operations in July, and transitioned them plus a small group of other companies in the following months.  At this point the company is beginning to sell Tangicloud for NFPs both directly and with the Microsoft Partner Community to nonprofits throughout the United States and Canada.

“Tangicloud for NFPs has a complete selection of features immediately available in three packages, in order to best serve small, mid-market and high end users,” said Malik.  Even in our most basic package a nonprofit will have allocations, fund accounting, and strong budgeting features, all while maintaining audit trails that should satisfy the needs of any CPA or audit firm.”

An additional advantage that nonprofits may not be used to is the stability and flexibility of working in the cloud. “We like to say you can work anywhere, any time and off most any device,” said Malik.  “This is a great opportunity for organizations who like to job-share, and have people who need to work from home on occasion.”