Where can we integrate technology into our not-for-profit

Uzair Khan

Uzair Khan

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The increasing technology uptake in the not-for-profit sector can allow not-for-profit organizations to provide more useful services through improved work processes. Not-for-profit organizations prioritize the needs of others before their own, devoting time and resources to offer services that would improve the lives of individuals and communities. Technology integration in the not-for-profit sector provides an enhanced method to improve the quality of their services and make their jobs more productive. Listed below are five ways to optimally incorporate technology in your not-for-profit.

1) Live reporting:

The events organized by your not-for-profit should get supported by media and TV live reporting. This would help the effects of the event to multiply ten times more ultimately leading to increased followers.

2) Integrated digital wallets:

This technology allows credit card data of donors to get stored within their Facebook or Twitter accounts. That is to enable for one-tap fund distribution by a third-party, such as PayPal or a mobile wallet app service.

3) Responsive and flat designs:

The times have now brought about the need for not just a website, but a responsive website that can well adapt itself to all mobile devices for optimal browsing.

4) Cloud:

By integrating cloud, there will be less need to maintain applications and data in-house. Moreover, the cloud is a far more cost-effective, accessible and a higher quality of service via the cloud.

5) Analytics:

Your Not-for-profit can use data analytics to understand what communication channels are most productive, how to fundraise better, how to facilitate effectively events or peer-to-peer fundraise, how to increase recurring giving, etc.

Technology is changing the world around us, sometimes in subtle ways and sometimes in very dramatic ways. Not-for-Profit technology is causing an ongoing transformation in this sector from the way supporters engage in the organizations. By becoming educated about technology’s potential to reach more clients, many barriers can be overcome and thus social impact can be strengthened.


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