According to the findings of a study in the Stanford Social Innovation Review in 2012, only 1% of more than 200,000 non-profits established between 1975 and 2008 grew to $50 million or more in annual revenue. Considering that these organizations were aiming to address some of the biggest problems the world is facing, this number is a strikingly low one.
Last week we braved the snowy winter roads and headed to Sudbury, Ontario to meet with several K12 school boards. The purpose of the event was to discuss the challenges that they're currently facing with their operational processes, what's currently getting in the way of solving these challenges, and how Altus solutions might be able to help.
At the moment, many nonprofit and human service organizations are deciding to ditch their archaic ERP and CRM technology for more robust solutions that are not only integrated, but offer powerful functionality designed specifically for their industry. With an exceptionally easy user experience for both executives and staff, this new technology lightens the load of numerous operational teams so they can get more done in less time, creating an opportunity to have an even greater impact on the people and communities they serve.