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KPMG Launches ‘AI Impact Initiative’ to Bring AI Technology to Nonprofits

NonProfit PRO

KPMG announced the launch "KPMG AI Impact Initiative," which aims to equip nonprofits with artificial intelligence technology.

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4 Nonprofit Technology Tips for 2024

NonProfit PRO

Here are some technology tips for your nonprofit as we move into 2024. Software supports everything from fundraising to programs.

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An Overview of Today’s Nonprofit Technology Marketplace

NonProfit PRO

The nonprofit technology marketplace is growing and evolving, which can make it challenging to keep up with what’s available. So, let’s look at an overview of today’s nonprofit technology marketplace.

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Nonprofit Technology Solution Bloomerang to Acquire Qgiv

NonProfit PRO

Bloomerang, a donor and volunteer relationship management platform, announced it has acquired Qgiv, a fundraising technology solution.

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How To Cultivate Community Affinity Throughout The Generosity Journey

Speaker: Tim Sarrantonio, Director of Corporate Brand

Leverage Technology to Enhance the Generosity Experience 📲 Use digital tools not just for transactions, but to strengthen bonds and make each supporter interaction more meaningful and engaging.

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Focus on Your Staff to Enhance Your Nonprofit’s Technology Strategy

NonProfit PRO

When you think about optimizing the use of technology for your nonprofit, you probably consider what mix of products you need to have in place. While the specific software choices you make are important, there’s another aspect of nonprofit technology that’s just as important — the people.

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3 Strategies for Introducing New Technology in Your Nonprofit

NonProfit Leadership Alliance

Risks of Tech Implementation How many risks can you think of when purchasing new nonprofit technology? It may also be devastating to a nonprofit leader if a large investment in a new technology fell short of expectations. Who should help evaluate the technology? Is a new role required to support the use of this technology?