50% Reduction in Workload Frees Time to Focus on Giving
In most foundations considerable staff time is spent administrating grant applications and distributions. This workload is often made up of manual processes like scanning and copying documents, keying in contact information and pulling data to create reports. Then, in many cases staff and trustees work from a variety of locations, all needing access to grantee data and reports. This administrative time can be costly and take away from high-priority activities that affect the foundation's purpose.
Read the Bromelkamp Company GEM case study from Prince Charitable Trusts to learn how they reduced their administrative workload by 50% while working from three different geographic locations