Circle of Care
This is case study of BDO’s implementation of Microsoft Dynamics GP for Circle of Care.
Circle of Care has been serving the Toronto area and surrounding communities since 1974. The agency began four years prior as a demonstrative project called Coordinated Services to Jewish Elderly, under the auspices of the Toronto Jewish Welfare Fund (now the UJA Federation of Greater Toronto).
BDO recommended, and later implemented Microsoft Dynamics GP to help Circle of Care operate at peak performance.
Fixed assets can now be manually tracked in Microsoft Excel, and Microsoft Dynamics GP would provide staff with familiar ways to access and analyze information. Microsoft Dynamics GP delivers ongoing innovation that Circle of Care required to continue to maintain its high standards in healthcare delivery.
Since implementing Microsoft Dynamics GP, users have experienced improved time efficiency in their regular processes and can rely on data being accurate with proper controls in place. The processes have been streamlined through the system, reducing both manual work and ability for error.
Analytical accounting also provides a very flexible chart of accounts structure that facilitates the ability to record transactions against optional and/or additional dimensions that do not have to be built into the organization’s formal chart of accounts structure. With stronger reporting capabilities, the financial statements are easily shared at a relevant and meaningful level.