As a non-profit, return on investment (ROI) and budgets are often watched closely. Because of this, investment in new technology like data analysis may not always be top priority. However, using data is critical for non-profits. Its use can have a huge impact on ROI, operational efficiency and marketing effectiveness – with significant knock-on effects on your bottom-line.
According to the latest Charity Digital Skills Report, 45 per cent of charities don’t have a strategy to embed technology across all sectors of their organisation. Although many not-for-profits are keen to engage, it seems that they are taking baby steps and have a way to go before they reach maturity. Digital transformation is an on-going process, so if you think you’ve achieved this, the chances are that there’s further work to be done. Read on to find out how your charity measures up.
Why stop at EdTech? When it comes to talking about how we can digitally transform schools, colleges and universities, for many people, the natural tendency is to think about new innovation within the classroom.