Non-Profit IT Services & IT Support Raleigh-Durham, NC
Record Numbers of People Need Your Help…Will Your IT Services Help Them or Hurt Them?
How to save money on IT systems and delivery better service to your people.
Things are tense at North Carolina nonprofits these days…according to the North Carolina Center for Nonprofits…
78% of NC nonprofits saw more demand for their services in 2014, but only 40% were able to meet the demands. Economic stress, population growth, and social problems increase the demands on nonprofits. Record numbers of people across the state are seeking help at food banks, crisis assistance centers, homeless shelters, and consumer credit counseling services. • At the same time, nonprofits struggle to raise funds. Charitable giving and government contracts are both down. -August 14, 2015
In this challenging environment, your IT systems have two prime objectives: 1. Help deliver your services more efficiently and, 2. Don’t cause any unexpected hassles or costs.
If you’ve been operating with an ad-hoc computer network, you’re familiar with the frequent downtime, poor service delivery, and crippling expenses than can come from an unstable network.
You Provide Your Services to the People Who Rely on You.
We’ll Make Sure Your IT Systems Do the Same…
- Protect your electronic files and ensure that data is secure.
- Increase your staff and volunteer productivity.
- Ensure all software packages on your network work well together.
- Make sure your computer network is the stable foundation your organization deserves.
Petronella Technology Group proactively handles everything an in-house IT department would handle. We maintain your network with a flat-rate, which keeps your IT budget under control. Plus, tech support for your staff is always a phone call away.
So, you can concentrate on delivering services and increasing your revenue.
Save money on IT while supporting your mission.
Your nonprofit relies on technology now more than ever. Reaching out to new donors and serving more people means reliance on your database and networks. Achieving goals within budget means your staff and volunteers must make the most of sometimes limited resources.