The Nonprofit Technology Network (NTEN) recently released its 10th Annual Nonprofit Technology Staffing and Investments Report. This report is invaluable for benchmarking your nonprofit’s technology spending and staffing:
“How do you know how many tech staff is the right number for your organization? How much is an appropriate investment for a nonprofit of your size? Find out how other nonprofits are investing in technology staff, hardware, and services and see how they compare to yours.
The tenth annual Nonprofit Technology Staffing and Investments Report comprises data from more than 250 organizations. This one-of-a-kind resource will help you guide your nonprofit to smarter, more agile and sustainable engagement with tech.”
Download the report for free today!
This year, the Nonprofit Technology Conference (NTC) comes to the east coast. Produced annually by the Nonprofit Technology Network (NTEN), the NTC is the nonprofit sector’s signature technology event. Over 2,000 of the best and brightest nonprofit professionals from around the world assemble to collaborate, innovate, and discover new ways to spark change with technology.
The conference will take place from March 23 – 25, 2017 at the Marriott Wardman Park in Washington, DC.
With over 100 sessions exploring technologies, best strategies, and pressing issues; an exhibit hall highlighting the latest nonprofit products and services; and networking events every evening, the 17NTC is an event that cannot be missed!
The Bayer Center’s own Cindy Leonard will be giving two breakout sessions at the conference:
She is a regular NTC attendee and is happy to speak with anyone who wants to learn more about the conference (email her at firstname.lastname@example.org).
Learn more and register here.
The Nonprofit Technology Network (NTEN) provides online space for a variety of technology-related Communities of Practice that are FREE to join for both NTEN members and non-members.
The Communities of Practice (aka CoPs) are organized around specific technology topics and operated by volunteer organizers. The CoPs currently available include:
- Arts Nonprofits
- CommBuild (community builders)
- Managing Projects
- Nonprofit Digital Communications
- Nonprofits and Data
- Technology Decision Makers
- Women in Nonprofit Tech
CoP participants are very friendly and create an atmosphere conducive to asking questions, giving and receiving tech advice and sharing resources.
Learn more or join a CoP here!