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How Swiss Red Cross streamlined workflows and improved efficiency in it's head office

Swiss Red Cross staff were swamped with documents and time-consuming workflows involving lots of emailing.

Now SRC’s head office and field offices work from the same system with instant access to all program documents, systematically organized. Annette can see the status of projects at a glance, and built-in workflows have cut out endless emails chasing approvals or updates. This has freed up her time and headspace to focus on the more complex parts of her role.

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How Australian Red Cross strengthened efficiency, collaboration, and compliance

Australian Red Cross lacked a centralized system to manage their hundreds of contracts and grants. They needed to make it easier for staff to collaborate and share information, and ensure strong compliance.

Today ARC staff enjoy increased efficiency and stronger collaboration in managing projects, contracts and grants. They can easily share documents, control file versions, and work together within the shared system. Using NGO Online also helps ARC demonstrate robust compliance with donor requirements.

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How an integrated system boosted GGGI’s project management

Storing project data in multiple, unconnected places meant Global Green Growth Institute struggled to monitor and report on their rapidly expanding project portfolio. They needed better, easier ways to store, share and use project information.

Today finding, compiling and sharing information is now much easier. GGGI staff can produce faster, more meaningful project reporting and monitoring, even with a growing project portfolio. NGO Online has also enabled GGGI to set up a continuous pipeline of project development. They enjoy greater transparency and faster decisionmaking.

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How Swiss Red Cross improved document management and efficiency in its Nepal field office

Swiss Red Cross’s Nepal field office didn’t have a systematic way to store and share information. This led to gaps in institutional memory and time wasted on searching for vital project information.

Now, all SRC staff can instantly access and share all program documents, and work collaboratively within the system. It’s easier and faster for Kamal and his team to plan, monitor, and report on their projects. This frees up more time for working directly with communities.

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