Everyday Technology for Not-for-Profits
Type: Audio Webcast Free with CPE
Date: July 21, 2016
Time: 01:00 - 02:00 PM ET
Recommended CPE Credit: 1

Webcast Description:

Not-for-profit organizations use technology in a variety of ways – from raising money and gaining exposure for their cause to tracking critical, mission-driven dollars. The right technology infrastructure is crucial to growth and sustainability for not-for-profits of every size. Learn what kind of technologies are most important for keeping not-for-profits operating efficiently, and where technology innovation is headed. During this webcast, our industry veteran and thought leader will share best practices and personal experiences working with everyday technology for not-for-profits.

Learning Objectives:

After this webcast, participants will be able to:
  • Gain knowledge about commonly used technologies pivotal to a not-for-profit (including true fund accounting software and donor databases)
  • Understand software integrations and why they’re so important for key technologies
  • Identify the types of software technologies that help you meet mission delivery
  • Determine how technology drives success in the not-for-profit sector
Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge & Applications
Level: Basic
Prerequisite: None
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Dan Murphy
Product Manager, Fund Accounting Solutions
Abila, Inc.

Dan Murphy is currently the Product Manager for MIP Fund Accounting™ at Abila, Inc. – a leading provider of software and services to associations, not-for-profit organizations, and government agencies. He has a background in not-for-profit financial management, with degrees in finance and accounting, and more than 10 years of not-for-profit accounting experience.

Before joining Abila, Dan got his start in not-for-profit accounting as the Assistant CFO of a large organization, handling financial reporting for publically and privately funded multi-family housing development projects. From there he moved to a construction management company, working as the financial manager for 16 publically- and privately-funded public housing developments across the Gulf Coast region. Before moving to software development, Dan was the Director of Finance for a social services organization.

Dan volunteers with various Austin-area not-for-profits, and has been a financial consultant for small local not-for-profits. Most recently, he’s been teaching the Financial Management courses at Austin Community College as part of the Certificate for Nonprofit Leadership and Management curriculum, and is also the board treasurer of a local Austin not-for-profit organization.