October 1, 2020, 1 - 2 PM Eastern
We’ll guide you as you think through the major decision points that go into selecting a new system including what to track, how the system manages data, ease of use, and cost.
We will be introducing our publication, A Consumer's Guide to Low-Cost Fundraising Software, launching Tuesday, September 29. We'll have a panel available to explore the latest trends and best practices in selecting a software. You'll learn they types of questions to ask in order to determine your nonprofit's needs.
President, Hart Strategic Consulting LLC
Amadie is a consultant to nonprofits and trade associations on communications and marketing strategy, organizational development, and events management. Her specialties include using technology for supporter outreach and engagement, project management, and data-driven strategy development.
Senior Consultant, Build Consulting
For 25 years, Dan has guided nonprofits through IT strategic planning and system implementation projects that have transformed their missions. He has a wide range of IT skills, with core competencies that include researching, selecting, and implementing innovative solutions that enhance service impact and re-engineer inefficient workflows. He also seeks to drive continual improvement and to maximize return on investment through improving data governance, standard operation procedures documentation, and leadership engagement.
Erica works with nonprofits to assess data needs, identify and implement data solutions. My background includes working with housing and social service organizations use data for program improvement.
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