King Hussein Cancer Foundation in Jordan Adopts Sage Software Solutions
News Jul 07, 2009
Sage Software, a global supplier of ERP, CRM, and HRM software solutions to medium and large organizations, has provided its robust modules to Jordan-based King Hussein Cancer Foundation (KHCF), the legal umbrella organization responsible for the King Hussein Cancer Centre (KHCC) and for the KHCF Health Care Program for cancer coverage (HCP).
The project, which was implemented by United Business Applications (UBA), a leader in providing business solutions to enterprises, involved the deployment of Sage Software’s ‘Mandatory Suite’, ‘Optional Suite’, ‘Financial Suite’, ‘SageCRM’ and ‘Sage Accpac ERP’.
Prior to the project’s completion, KHCF and HCP maintained their donor and member information using the regular programs. With the adoption of donation and membership modules under ‘SageCRM’ software, the HCP users can now make changes on membership conditions such as membership fees, communication history and membership status conveniently.
The implementation also helps KHCF use and classify donations in an easy and accurate way and channel them to the donor’s chosen fundraising program.
“Our solutions have proven to be a valuable tool for KHCF, not only in terms of organizing the work flow in an accurate way, but more importantly in facilitating smooth integration between its various departments,” said Vikram Suri, Managing Director, Sage Software - Middle East.
“In addition to the robust solutions we offer, our partnership with UBA - one of our key business partners in the Middle East, is also an integral driver of our steady growth, and we are planning to maximize our association with them to further drive our business across the region.”
“Our aim at KHCF is to raise funds for the benefit of KHCC; therefore it is crucial for us to adopt a software that will facilitate the workflow between different departments at KHCF in an accurate way to save time and effort. We have found this initiative with Sage Software and UBA to be most rewarding in helping us in this area,” said HRH Princess Dina Mired, Director General of KHCF, Jordan.
"The agreements that we sign with organizations such as KHCF underlines our capacity to address the needs of a wide range of organizations - from multinational businesses to SMBs to non-profit institutions. With our business solutions, KHCF and HCP now have a system that can manage its rapidly increasing number of members and donors, and therefore properly direct the financial data,” concluded Hazem Bawab, Managing Partner, United Business Applications.
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