There’s a good chance your human services organization manages services, participant data, funding, reporting, and so much more today with a collection of technology systems. And while technology has revolutionized the work that so many sectors do – social good included – dated or insufficient systems hold many organizations back from their mission instead of pushing them forward. read more
Nonprofit technology is a huge asset for any organization looking to make an impact in their community. How does your organization use your technology? Is it used for client intake, program attendance, services delivered, etc.?
How does your organization use nonprofit technology? Is it used for client intake, program attendance, services delivered, etc.? And how does your software perform those functions? Whether you use manual processes like Excel spreadsheets or a cloud-based software, your organization, there needs to be functionality in place that to drive your mission forward.
Along with that, it’s important that your organization uses it to collect and report on client data to provide services and prove impact. The technology you use should be advancing your mission and delivering more services to your constituents.
This begs the question: is your current technology doing enough to maximize your impact? If you’re unsure, consider these three criteria for what nonprofit technology should be doing for your organization.