Not-for-Profit Technology Trends
New communication platforms are emerging that make it easier than ever for not-for-profit (NFP) organizations to engage with donors, clients and employees. Charitable organizations, for example, can use social media technologies to maintain dialogues with volunteers and leverage cloud-based technologies to solicit online contributions and manage financial data in real-time.
Cloud computing, social media, e-marketing, mobility computing, and collaboration tools can increase your technology return on investment (ROI) and streamline your operational processes. In this video, Bill Kracunas, East Region Leader of Technology Consulting, explains how broad technology trends are impacting strategic planning and provides valuable budgeting data so you can see where your organization ranks in comparison to not for profit industry benchmarks.
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