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Accounting Software for Nonprofit Organizations

Blackbaud, Inc. is the leading global provider of software and related services designed specifically for nonprofit organizations. Over the past 25 years, Blackbaud has achieved success by providing innovative technology solutions that help nonprofits meet their most critical challenges. Today, approximately 13,000 organizations rely on Blackbaud's cutting edge technology for various management solutions including accounting and financial management, fundraising, campaign management, prospect research, school administrative solutions, etc.

Nonprofit Software Solutions:

Blackbaud offers a full suite of products and an extensive array of professional services. Products and services offered vary based on region of the world.

The Raiser’s Edge® Fundraising Software — award winning fundraising management software

The Financial Edge™ Financial Management Software — full suite of nonprofit-specific financial management software

The Education Edge™ School Administrative Software — the complete software solution for independent schools, connecting all school areas, including admissions, scheduling, finance and fundraising

The Information Edge™ Executive Information Systems — the first business intelligence tool for nonprofits

The Patron Edge™ Box Office Software — ticketing management system designed specifically for large or small performing arts organizations, museums, zoos, aquariums, and athletic venues

About Blackbaud:

Blackbaud serves a large and growing market that provides critical services to those in need. With more than 1.5 million nonprofit organizations in the United States alone, the sector is a significant contributor to the economy, employing approximately 10% of the nation’s workforce. Worldwide, nonprofit organizations employ more than 19 million people and account for $1.1 trillion in total annual expenditures, according to the Johns Hopkins Comparative Nonprofit Sector Project.