When it comes to technology, non-profits always struggle to stay ahead of the game. Typically working on aged, donated workstations and unreliable networks with old servers, staying efficient a huge struggle. Many nonprofit executives know that they need to embrace emerging technologies, but aren’t quite sure how to do so with their (typically non-existent) budget. Thankfully, some of the largest players in technology have started offering discounted or free services to qualifying non-profit organizations. Along with these discounts, there are a few other things that can help non-profit organizations save money on technology.
If you’re a non-profit organization that is struggling with outdated technology, it’s time to make a change. Start by looking into some of the discounted applications and licensing available to you and find a technology partner that can help you to best leverage these services and donations. With a little bit of diligent research and the right provider on your side, you can save tens of thousands of dollars on your technology and run much more efficiently – using more of your resources where they should be used: to cater to the cause that you’re serving.