Your information systems are critical to the health and growth of your nonprofit. Implementing a comprehensive IT strategy will allow you to focus on what your organization does best – achieving its mission.
When nonprofits implement effective IT solutions, upgrade aging systems, and rely on dependable IT service support, employees can operate more productively. When IT works well, so does your organization.
Consulting with an experienced IT firm allows your organization to ensure that your systems are future-proof. Take your organization to the next level by implementing a comprehensive IT strategy that will keep your systems on the right path.
In the ever-changing world of technology, cyberattacks can easily compromise your systems. With a strategic IT solution, you’ll be proactive in avoiding technological catastrophes and be up and running quickly if an IT incident does occur.
It’s challenging for a nonprofit organization to manage all aspects of IT on its own, even with in-house IT staff. Doing it all – managing the security of your data assets, providing reasonable recovery times, and keeping costs effective – is a complicated endeavor.
At Community IT Innovators, we create a multi-layered, monitored, and constantly updated approach to IT. We provide your organization’s staff with an all-encompassing nonprofit IT service solution so you can focus on your mission, with expected monthly costs that make it easy to plan your budget. We offer face-to-face relationships with a team of experts who become part of your organization and deliver proactive, future-looking solutions appropriate for your organization.
In short, our nonprofit technology consulting and strategy services allow your organization to trust that all aspects of IT are well-managed and will function as intended.
Join CTO Matthew Eshleman and Peter Mirus of Build Consulting for a discussion on leadership in nonprofit cybersecurity. May 26 from 1-2pm Eastern.
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