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Blackbaud, Inc. — Fundware




2011 Overall Rating 4.5

Best Fit

Fundware is best suited for mid-sized to large nonprofit organizations that have qualified staff available to set up and maintain the program for optimal functionality.


  • Available in two editions for increased scalability
  • Excellent reporting options
  • High level of customization
  • Solid Project/Grant tracking
  • Strong track record in nonprofit segment

Potential Limitations

  • System navigation can be challenging for new users
  • System setup & customization can be time-consuming

Summary & Pricing

Fundware pricing varies, depending on the modules needed, with individual module prices ranging from $1,295 to $3,995. Available in an edition for up to five users, as well as an Enterprise Edition, Fundware is scalable is optimally designed for larger organizations with more complex customization needs.

Product Delivery Methods

_X_ On-Premises

___ SaaS

___ Hosted by Vendor


Basic System Functions 4.5

Core NFP/Fund Accounting Capabilities 4.5

Management Features 4.25

Financial Statements & Reporting 5

Integration & Import/Export 4.5

Help/Support 4.25

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