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EisnerAmper Launches “NFP Insights” Benchmarking Analytics

Mar 18, 2021

Comparative Database of 500,000 Nonprofits

EisnerAmper is pleased to announce that it has launched NFP Insights (Insights), a proprietary benchmarking analytics software that can compare a nonprofit organization’s financials against a database of 500,000 other nonprofits. Designed for tax-exempt organizations, donors, grant makers, board members and family offices, this unique software can segment organizations by geography, revenue and number of employees. Insights can then compare key metrics such as:

  • Compensation for various titles and roles
  • Assets, revenue, operating expenses and other financials
  • Investment manager fees
  • Information technology spends
  • Fundraising, grants and contribution data

Designed in conjunction with Compensation Resources—an EisnerAmper Group Company specializing in compensation and HR consulting—Insights is available for unlimited use on an annual subscription basis. (Free demos are available.) A key differentiator for the offering is the availability of EisnerAmper nonprofit and compensation professionals to further assist organizations with more complex analyses and data synthesis.

“In a difficult economy with never-before-seen fundraising challenges, Insights can give nonprofits a competitive edge with regard to using data and analyzing trends to enhance operations and fundraising,” said Candice Meth, National Leader for EisnerAmper’s Not-for-Profit Services Practice. “NFP Insights will be particularly attractive to donors, private and public foundations, and donor-advised funds due to its ability to make grant-making due diligence more efficient and highlight key metrics.”   

“This is also a great resource for not-for-profit boards and senior leadership for benchmarking executive compensation and understanding the composition of compensation packages for similarly situated executives,” added Mary Rizzuti, Compensation Resources Managing Director.

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