In today's digital age, your nonprofit may be seeing hundreds if not thousands of pieces of data a day. Yet roughly 0.5 percent of digital data is being collected and analyzed. Meaning nonprofits are loosing opportunities to; make smart decisions, improve efficiency, and attract new donors and volunteers. For nonprofits to leverage their data they will have to invest in both the people and technologies. Below are the top jobs nonprofits to fill those needs.
Data teams and IT teams are the original partners. In the days of mainframes, those defined as guardians of digitized information were called DP (Data Processing). Today, your nonprofit could be seeing hundreds to thousands of data points daily.
There’s no denying that some of that information could be used by your organization, and you don’t need to be a statistics major to take advantage of it. Here are some things that can help you understand how your nonprofit can use data for good.
This week Microsoft announced the accreditation of the HITRUST Certification to Azure. The HITRUST Certification is the most widely recognized security accreditation in the healthcare industry. It incorporates healthcare specific security, privacy and regulatory requirements from existing regulations such as HIPAA/HITECH, PCI, ISO 27001 and MARS-E as well as industry best practices.
The new year brings with it a new annual budgeting plan for nonprofits. It's important to look ahead to identify new trends in technology to support overall strategy. Providing authentic marketing and mobile payments are areas we will go over in this post.
The collection, management and analysis of data is becoming increasingly more important for nonprofit organizations. Savvy data management and analysis can lead to; increased funding, better programs and services and has become critical to sustaining the lifecyle of nonprofits.
With the new year fast approaching, it's time to start fresh and make some resolutions. How about starting with creating objectives and goals for your nonprofit on Facebook. In this blog post we will go over how to increase your nonprofit's reach and influence on the largest social sharing site.
According to MIT Technology Review, roughly 0.5 percent of digital data is analyzed, which means, nonprofits are losing millions of opportunities to make smart decisions, improve efficiency, & attract new donors and volunteers. The reason is simple; they are not leveraging the potential offered by data analytics.
"Marketing Cloud has really helped us get communications out at a larger scale, so that we can cultivate relationships in the same way we would with face-to-face interactions."- Nicole Adair, Senior Director of Development Operations and Donor Communications, Mile High United Way