Technology and digital advancements in the last 20 years have seen a sea change in how commercial ventures operate, particularly through the use of ‘the cloud’ and their ability and agility to collaborate and communicate both internally and externally. With so much data now on hand, technology gives everyone a much greater ability to assimilate and manage data in order to improve decision making.
With a greater reliance on charitable grant funding caused by cuts in government grants, an uncertain economic environment and declining trust in the sector, technology will play an increasingly fundamental role in enabling charities and good causes to reach funders, donors and fundraisers and to drive the collaboration and proactive change that’s needed.
Digitalisation is answer. It’s the only way that resource-constrained grant funders can proactively and collaboratively solve intractable social problems.
Read this report (which includes findings and data from all the latest charitable research) to find out how this is happening today and learn what steps a funder can take to start on the journey.