Webinar: New Year, New Solutions: Learn Five Easy Ways to Solve Your Nonprofit Tech Problems

Nonprofits often have inefficient processes and old technology for daily procedures. Fixing these inefficiencies and upgrading the technology lets staff work more quickly and focus their time on the mission of the organization.

Joe Baskin, vice president of consulting services at AllSector Technology Group, will demonstrate five simple solutions nonprofit professionals can implement to make their business processes more efficient. In this webinar, Joe Baskin shows you some of the latest technology in the industry and demonstrates how these tools can solve your specific problems in the nonprofit realm.

In this webinar, participants will:

  • Learn how cloud computing can help you improve your nonprofit’s day to day operation by leveraging hosted infrastructure, backup, timekeeping, case management, and other online services
  • See how cloud computing can help with marketing and communications, such as hosted email, CRM, Electronic newsletters, etc.
  • Understand how cloud computing can help with fundraising, event management, and membership services.

About the Presenter:

Joseph Baskin, Vice President – Consulting Services

Joe, a 13-year veteran at AllSector, leads the consulting division in pre-sale services and industry channel development while continuing to serve as the company’s chief technologist, where he is dedicated to cloud computing technology initiatives and virtualization. Prior to joining AllSector in 1998, he led the design and installation network infrastructure for a national labor and employment law firm as assistant director of management information systems. Baskin’s credentials include certifications with Microsoft, Cisco, VMWare, SonicWALL, and DELL.  He also holds a CISSP and CRISC certification as well as  level III certification in Homeland Security, sensitive security information (SSI), HIPAA Security Specialist (CHSS) certifications, and he is currently a member of the FBI’s InfraGuard program.