Thanks to our dear friend Annaliese Hoehling of NTEN, for sharing this with Common Good Vermont.
When you have minimal resources to carry out your important organizational work, it’s crucial that your technology serve specific needs efficiently, like managing donor relationships or website content. But it’s especially crucial that your technology also serves your overall mission effectively.
NTEN wants to know how how well your technology is serving both your day-to-day work and your mission, and provide you with a summary report from the NTEN community:
In 2009, we conducted our first Data Ecosystem survey, which provides reporting on:
- Which vendors/tools are most used among the NTEN community of nonprofits for various organizational work
- What grade nonprofits assign to the systems they’re using
- How well the systems work in concert to effectively manage all the data an organization collects and uses, from donor profiles to email response rates.
We’re inviting you to help us update the results:
This survey is for nonprofit staff who manage the technology decisions for their organization or oversee the use of data management systems, from donor databases to website content management systems.
If you do not fit this description, please forward this invitation on to a colleague.
Participants will receive the final report for free, and the survey should take less than 15 minutes to complete.