In this blog series, we are exploring five capacity drivers that support the growth of social good organizations. Fifth in this series is native reporting.
Regardless of the industry, reporting is likely a significant part of understanding and showcasing impact. And this is especially true for the social good space. Solid reporting can keep staff on track, provide insights that improve programs, ensure adherence to compliance requirements, assist in fundraising and give a clear view into an organization’s impact.
But the reality is that most nonprofit reporting does not happen in real time, which means nonprofits are often working with outdated and inaccurate data that doesn’t tell the whole story of how an organization and its services are evolving.
Imagine if your reporting could track success at the individual and program levels, improve data quality and accuracy, and visually show progress through an always-on dashboard.
Sounds pretty great, huh? That’s the power of native reporting. It makes it easy to demonstrate results and prove impact, which can lead to more funding and program support.
Want to learn about how native reporting works and more ways to support the growth of your social good organization? Check out our 5 Capacity Drivers eBook.
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