Automation for Non-Profits
As many private corporations are crumbling under the pressures of an economy in recession, DC Metro nonprofits are preparing to promote their strengths, streamline their strategies, and make this year a productive year.
Nonprofits have to focus on the cost of their mission by finding ways to do more with less. The single largest expense falls into the category of employee wages and benefits. It is absolutely essential that those employees remain as productive as possible, particularly when it comes to one of the core functions of the "business", bringing in donations.
Well maintained and operational technology is required to ensure that donation collections and access to vital resources are available, secure, and efficient. There is no doubt Information Technology can automate business processes and provide secure access to information while increasing mission productivity. However, if it's constantly breaking down, running slow, or worse, not secured from disaster the costs in lost productivity and loss of revenue can be devastating in this economy.
The of impact technology is increasingly seen in the nonprofit sector, where technology has allowed small organizations to expand their service offerings, reach more constituents, and reduce their costs. We hope you've enjoyed the benefits to help your mission. Let us help ensure that your systems help keep you productive so that you can ensureUnfortunately, there are also many examples of where nonprofits have invested in particular technology systems or solutions, and have failed to see the expected returns.