Ensior offers War Child increased insight into business processes - Ensior, the business intelligence specialist, has facilitated War Child in gaining increased insight into their internal processes. After the significant growth over the past few years, this insight will help the charity organisation improve the quality of their business.

warchild"Corporate transparency and Operational Excellence are very important for charities like War Child. Through our expertise and knowhow of process intelligence we have contributed to this", said Barbara Brajovic, consultant at Ensior. "We have extracted data from the source systems and made it visible by implementing a dashboard. War Child's Management is now able to make well informed decisions and streamline its fundamental processes."

Jan Willem Wegdam, former head of Operations at War Child Netherlands was very pleased with Ensior's contribution. "Despite the effects of the current economic circumstances War Child has been little affected by the crisis. Ensior turned out to be the perfect match. We have made a significant improvement in the area of donation administration". In addition Wegdam points out that: "War Child is considering the implementation of dashboards for other business areas, such as finance and operations".

About War Child

War Child is a network of independent organisations, working across the world to help children affected by war. War Child was founded upon a fundamental goal: to advance the cause of peace through investing hope in the lives of children caught up in the horrors of war. War Child tries to prevent the development of psychosocial disorders and helps children to pick up "normal" life by means of creative activities (music, drama, art and sports) and building community awareness.
War Child seeks structural cooperation with companies, to ensure an annual, structural income, and moreover, to guarantee the quality of the work with the children. For more information, please visit: www.warchildholland.org and http://warchild.org/helpus/helpus.html

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