Webinar: Tech Accelerate Demo: How to Make the Most of NTEN’s Free Tech Assessment Tool

We know that nonprofit staff want to find the data and benchmarks that help them make better informed decisions about how to invest in technology. A static report is useful for informing staff and boards about the general trends and practices, but a customized report specific to an organization’s strengths and weaknesses can be far more influential in budgeting, decision-making, and planning.

Tech Accelerate includes:

  • A comprehensive assessment about technology use and policies across four major categories: leadership, organization, infrastructure, and engagement.
  • A full report that includes both overall and category rankings, prioritized areas for investment, and resources for next steps.
  • Benchmarking tools to explore your data in comparison to similar organizations.

Join this free demo to learn more about how and why we built Tech Accelerate, and how you can use it to evaluate your organization’s current technology investments and plans. You can complete your Tech Accelerate report with colleagues to ensure the most accurate assessment of your organization, so we encourage you to invite others to join you for this webinar!

Speaker: Amy Sample Ward
Driven by a belief that the nonprofit technology community can be a movement-based force for positive change, Amy is NTEN’s CEO and former membership director. Her prior experience in direct service, policy, philanthropy, and capacity-building organizations has also fueled her aspirations to create meaningful, inclusive, and compassionate community engagement and educational opportunities for all organizations. Amy inspires the NTEN team and partners around the world to believe in community-generated change. She believes technology can help nonprofits reach their missions more effectively, efficiently, and inclusively, and she’s interested in everything from digital equity to social innovation.
Speaker: Daniel Fellini
Dan is a web developer, digital producer and writer. He has a long and diverse list of accomplishments that spans over 20 years. He led a team that built public broadcasting’s first social app that tied radio/tv stations and shows together with listeners and viewers, while also running a syndicated online public broadcasting news network for 140+ station sites. He was executive producer and vice president of a DC-based global digital inclusion-focused nonprofit, where he built a cutting-edge web video and blog network for low-income consumers, and was executive producer and director on a number of award-winning web video series and feature productions. He also coded a popular web application for NPR's Car Talk that let automobile owners have targeted social discussions and get updates about their favorite cars. Along the way, Dan has built dozens of WordPress sites, integrations and somewhere around three dozen WordPress plugins. Before that he was a reporter and editor for several newspapers in New England, and ran a popular bulletin board system (BBS) off a Commodore 64 and cheap modem when he was 14 in Norwood, MA. When not coding, you'll find him playing with his dog Harold, or sewing something, doing leatherwork, or just taking pictures...