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ARE YOU GETTING THE MOST FOR YOUR TECHNOLOGY DOLLAR?

Do you know when and where to spend your organization’s limited technology budget, or how to get the best return?

In this panel, we share our research and results from our sector-wide survey—as well as the expertise and hard-earned lessons from nonprofits like yours—in an online forum designed to help you identify which decisions are most likely to pay off and which will lead to disappointment. We’ll walk through some of the most interesting findings from The State of Technology Decision-Making and ROI Among Nonprofits, and our panel of experts will show you…

  • How to measure the true return on a technology investment
  • What the most frequently overlooked hidden costs are
  • How to maximize value

About our Presenters

Karen Graham
Director of Education and Outreach, Tech Impact

Karen Graham is a speaker, trainer, writer, and consultant with expertise in technology leadership and innovation, nonprofit software, and digital strategy. She is the Managing Director of Education and Outreach at Tech Impact.

Patrick Callihan
Executive Director, Tech Impact

As the Executive Director of Tech Impact, Patrick leads the development of programs that include technology education, services and support designed specifically for organizations and several workforce development programs like ITWorks, CXWorks and Punchcode..​

Jeanne Bell
Director of Practice Advancement, Nonprofit Quarterly

Jeanne Bell, MNA directs NPQ's Advanced Practice program to advance critical conversations about nonprofit management and leadership. She is the former CEO of CompassPoint, where she stewarded the strategic evolution of the organization to focus on emerging leaders and emergent leadership practice with an explicit orientation to social change. She is the author of numerous articles on nonprofit leadership, strategy, and sustainability and co-author of several books. 

Steve Heye
Social Impact Manager, Netsuite

Steve Heye is a Social Impact Manager at NetSuite (Oracle) where he manages the Suite Capacity program which has 4 team members globally. Suite Capacity provides free programs to help nonprofits go-live and expand their use of NetSuite. They also act as technical experts across the Social Impact team, which donates the NetSuite solution to nonprofits and provides Pro Bono services. He is the author of Chapter 1 on IT Alignment in the NTEN book, Managing Technology to Meet Your Mission. With over 20 years of experience working with nonprofits and technology, Steve brings a real passion and unique set of experiences to the NPTech community. 

About Tech Impact's Idealware

Idealware is a program of Tech Impact, a nonprofit on a mission to use technology to better serve the worldAs the authoritative source for independent, thoroughly-researched technology resources for the social sector, our publications, assessments, and training resources save you time and money by providing impartial guidance that gives you the knowledge and confidence you need to decide what’s best for your organization. Learn more at www.techimpact.org and visit our Technology Learning Center at www.techlearningcenter.org.

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TECH IMPACT HAS HELPED MANY NONPROFITS, INCLUDING:

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We were at a point in our organization's growth when the data tracking systems we had in place were not keeping pace with the amount of data that we needed to gather, track, and analyze on a regular basis to be successful. Tech Impact helped us create a flexible system that meets every one of our complex needs in tracking student attendance, session progress, training evaluations, outcome assessments and many other types of data, all in one centralized location. We are now completely on top of how our projects are going in real time as we serve tens of thousands of youth across multiple countries...
Kate Sachs Leventhal // CorStone