The relationship brings together Unit4’s purpose-built technology solutions and BDO’s deep industry experience and solution capabilities around organizational strategy, enterprise transformation and technology enablement. Both companies will help organizations in the non-profit, international development, professional services, higher education, and state and local government sectors navigate complex technology and business process challenges.
This relationship will help organizations better manage their ERP, human capital management, and financial planning and analysis needs.
Beata Wright, EVP and global head of partner ecosystems of Unit4, said: “I am delighted to welcome BDO to our partner ecosystem. Their experience and reputation in the non-profit, professional services, higher education, and state and local markets are globally unmatched. Both Unit4 and BDO share the belief that people are at the heart of everything we do, understand the challenges that non-profit organizations face, and have the teams in place to assist them in transforming their business. Unit4 and BDO will offer services that will best serve these firms in their transformation journey.”
Andrea Espinola Wilson, managing partner and national co-leader of BDO’s non-profit and education practice, said: “Organizations in these sectors must constantly adapt to new and complex challenges. Together with Unit4, we will help organizations improve resilience and deliver on their mission.”