With the increasing rise of technology, many charities are feeling left behind or in the dark on how technology can help them enhance the speed, efficiency and impact of their operations. This applies to both larger charities who are fighting slow and out-dated legacy processes, and smaller charities trying to break through with limited resources and tight budgets. Across the sector as a whole, not-for-profit organisations find themselves competing with the commercial sector for top digital talent to remain relevant, innovative and impactful in the digital age.
Unit4 understands that in Not-for-Profits, NGOs and charities, your people work hard for the causes they support. Our next-generation solutions transform work to be more meaningful and inspiring with software that's self-driving, adaptive and intuitive, intelligently automating administrative tasks and providing easy access to the answers people need. Unit4 works with people the way people work.
Despite challenges, not-for-profit organisations have a huge opportunity, through digital transformation, to engage with donors, boost productivity and deliver greater impact. We make a difference to more than 100 of the largest NGOs, non-profit associations and foundations around the world including The Salvation Army, Institute of Cancer Research, Marie Stopes International, The Red Cross, Save the Children International, Conservation International, Norwegian People’s Aid, Rethink Mental Illness, ICIPE, Trocaire, Vinfen, ACDI/VOCA, and MAP International.
For more information, please visit the website at https://www.unit4.com/uki/sectors/ngos-and-not-for-profit, follow us on Twitter @Unit4global, or visit our LinkedIn page.
12 February 2020 - 12 February 2020