Quarriers selects tailored IT system

Posted on May 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

Scottish social care organisation, Quarriers, is the first charity to work with Coldharbour Financials for the supply of an accounting system, tailored specifically for charities in the care sector. Used in conjunction with “Homecare” Income Processing, Coldharbour Financials was chosen by Quarriers as the preferred system, through a tendering process, to provide a corporate accounting product. Quarriers provides support and care for adults and children with a physical or learning disability, for children and families facing poverty, family breakdown, exclusion and disadvantage and for young people with social, emotional or behavioural difficulties, or who are homeless. Quarriers also offers support to carers of all ages who need respite, advice or just a friend to listen, it also has the only residential epilepsy assessment centre in Scotland. The charity has grown rapidly over the past five years and the finance team deal with complex accounting issues from more than 100 projects, managing an annual tur

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