When it comes to technology, nonprofits are generally behind in the systems and software that they have. How can nonprofits improve their access to technology? What resources do you know of (or can find)?
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It is not doubt that non-profit organizations are behind in adopting current technologies. To many of these, technology is not something quite important in their operations. However, these firms cannot afford to ignore the impact of technology in their activities. In order for them to improve their access to technology, these firms have to first change their mentality. They need to accept that technology has a role to play in its activities and this role is very important. In addition, they need to go further and invest in these technologies. In this case, firms need to identify the technologies they need and invite well wishers to help acquire them. Technology experts are usually more than willing to test and market their technologies which they can do in these firms. Alternatively, not all technologies are expensive and thus expense should not be an excuse. Technology is very efficient in fund-raising activities for instance and thus very important. The resources needed to acquire such are thus the mindset or willingness, and some financial resources and also ability to convince some technology firms.
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Oct 4th, 2015
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