Software company Open Accounts has won financial system contracts with three more voluntary sector clients.
Debra, the charity for people with Epidermolysis Bullosa; MacIntyre Care, which works with children and adults who have a learning disability, and the Brandon Trust, which caters for people with mental or physical handicap or illness, have bought software to improve the reporting and analysis of accounts.
Grahame Marsden, charity/not-for-profits markets manager at Open Accounts, said: "Open Accounts' Extended Finance system reduces the re-keying in of data, allowing organisations to improve finance processes with remote sites, branches and homes."
The three charities have signed up for Open Accounts' basic financial software package, but all have said they would like to upgrade in the future to the firm's Extended Finance solution. This is a web-based system that allows remote users and non-finance staff to check or input data using a secure website.