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You may be interesting in viewing the companion Nonprofit Guide to Vetting a Nonprofit Service Provider, which provides 12 questions to ask as you interview potential IT partners.


These two guides are written to benefit our nonprofit community with our experience. You can use them to help you vet any MSP provider, or to determine that the MSP model is not right for your organization right now.

If you would like to learn more about our specific services at Community IT Innovators and explore an IT partnership, let’s talk.

Do you struggle with these nonprofit IT issues?

Lack of
Strategy

Does planning for the future seem impossible as you struggle to fight fires today?

Unsecure
Systems

Are you consistently behind on updates? Do security concerns keep you up at night?

Needs Aren't
Prioritized

Is communication a challenge? Are your needs listened to and addressed?

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Our managed IT services offer unlimited remote and on-site helpdesk support, proactive network management, and ongoing IT planning from a dedicated team of nonprofit IT experts.

How It Works

At Community IT Innovators, our process is based on 25 years of exclusively serving nonprofits. We help organizations to plan for, implement, and maintain systems that are perfectly fit to their unique needs, ensuring that our clients are prepared for the future with systems that support their missions.

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