Category Archives: Case Management Resources

5 Data Points Your Nonprofit Should be Tracking

Collecting and tracking data is one of the most important ways to track the good that your nonprofit does in your community. Tracking data lets you, your clients, and your stakeholders know how your services are affecting and interacting with your clients. Tracking data can also show you and your stakeholders how your programs are running and how you …

Four Key Components for Successful Case Management

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, there are over 682,000 case managers and social workers in the United States alone. The amount of social workers is projected to increase by up to 15% over the next 10 years as needs rise in the social services space. This shows us that there is only going to be more of a need of data-driven nonprofit organization …

Tips for Nonprofits Buying Case Management Software

Software is important for nonprofits. Finding the right nonprofit software can be tricky, however. First assess your organization’s needs and determine how software will work within your organization. Whether it’s used for case management, data collection, or outcomes reporting, nonprofit software is essential for showing a top-down view of …

Small Nonprofits: Why Data Management Matters

Nonprofit data management can feel daunting, especially if your organization is small and doesn’t have anyone with nonprofit database management experience on staff. Many small nonprofit leaders think to themselves: “I’m succeeding at some level and I can see the organization’s impact – why is nonprofit data management even important? …