The biggest difference between not-for-profits and for-profit corporations is that they have less or no operating funds to run on. Because of this, not-for-profit organisations need to be strategic and cost-efficient with the way they operate.
One of the ways that they can maximise their funds is to ensure the efficiency of their IT.
Information technology allows not-for-profit organisations to automate a lot of their processes. For instance, signing up as a donor, volunteer, or even a beneficiary can be easier for people who want to sign up through forms. Then a database can be automatically made for easier tracking. It can also improve transparency when it comes to funds and projects.
One of the hardest parts of maintaining not-for-profits is that the funding is inconsistent. However, information technology can help in strategic planning and efficiency to directly impact the amount of work that can be done given the limited resources for each project. Not only can organisations save money, but also time with the right IT solutions.
Qbit offers IT services specifically customised according to the nature of the not-for-profit organisation. We make sure that you get the most cost-efficient IT service policy that will help provide the best benefits and reach the people who need them.