How to Create a Technology Plan for Your Nonprofit

Jul 27, 2016


A strategic technology plan goes beyond new computers. Imagine your mission supported by an infrastructure that saves you and your staff valuable time and money that’s allocated back to programs. Cutting your shelter’s intake time in half or having the ability to project thousands of dollars in savings is what a detailed Technology Assessment can do for your organization.

Here’s how we (and other nonprofits) have benefitted from technology:

  • TechBridge saved $11,000/year after implementing a VOIP phone system
  • Open Hand projected $300,000/year in savings and 50,000 more meals served from their Technology Assessment
  • Aspire Movement can now track their data all in one easily accessible cloud database

This infographic how you can create a technology plan for your nonprofit.


Need Help Getting Started?

The mere thought of technology can be overwhelming. Not knowing where to begin is natural and more common than you think. Check out Look Before You Leap into Technology for Your Nonprofit for more details on how to get started. 

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