Case Study: Good360 deploys NetSuite, Magento and Salesforce
Digital Nation; June 21, 2022
Not-for-profit ‘matchmaker’ Good360 which matches critical goods to Australian charities has invested in data and analytics to improve the speed and scale of its work.
Digital Nation Australia spoke to Alison Covington, founder and managing director of Good360 in Australia about the organisation’s investment in NetSuite, Magento and Salesforce as part of its digital transformation journey.
Since launching in 2015, Covington said that the organisation has matched $250 million worth of goods across 30 million items to charities, which has largely been driven by its cloud-based technology platform.
“When we started in 2015, we were just a couple of people. But we built NetSuite knowing that we wanted to be a much bigger organisation as we grew. It was probably a much bigger system that we needed, but we sort of thought like build the jet plane and we’ll have the seats on board for when people join and then we’ll scale and we’ll grow,” she said.
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