Top Tech Takeaways from National Conventions, April 2023

StratusLIVE's conference schedule was jam-packed this April with attendance at 23NTC, AFP Icon, and various regional events! 

Our session on Automation Vs. AI at the Nonprofit Technology Conference was a resounding success, with attendees from all over the nonprofit sector eager to learn about the latest developments in automation and AI. The room was filled with both new and familiar faces, and the energy was electric. We were thrilled to see so many people engaged in the discussion, sharing their thoughts and experiences with us.  Sara Herschander nicely summed up the conference in an article for The Chronicle of Philanthropy. We have it linked below if you're interested. We recommend it. Our very own Debbie Snyder, VP of the StratusLIVE marketing team, was prominently featured in the article.

One of the key takeaways from 23NTC was the realization that AI is more than just a buzzword. It's a powerful tool that can help nonprofits achieve their goals, from fundraising and donor management to program delivery and impact measurement. As we discussed in our session, AI has the potential to automate routine tasks, analyze large amounts of data, and provide insights that can inform decision-making at all levels of the organization. StratusLIVE is integrating this solution into our Ignite platform very soon, so keep an eye on your email for updates. 

Another important takeaway from both events was the growing importance of nonprofit tech. As the sector becomes more complex and competitive, nonprofits are realizing that they need to embrace technology in order to stay relevant and effective. From online fundraising platforms to donor management software, there are a wide variety of tech solutions available to nonprofits today. However, many nonprofits are struggling to connect the dots between these various tools and the data they generate. This is where StratusLIVE comes in.

At StratusLIVE, we understand the challenges that nonprofits face in managing their data and operations. That's why our main mission is to provide a comprehensive and integrated approach to nonprofit tech. Our software solutions are designed to streamline operations and provide a single source of truth for all your data. From fundraising and donor management to program delivery and impact measurement, our solutions can help you connect the dots and make the most of your technology investments.

Overall, we were thrilled to see the excitement and engagement as we are meeting in person once again. We're confident that the nonprofit sector will continue to embrace technology in the years to come. If you're looking for a partner who can help you navigate the complex world of nonprofit tech, look no further than StratusLIVE. We're here to help you achieve your mission and make a difference in the world.

If you are interested in reading what Sara Herschander has to say, we highly recommend reading this excellent recap of NTEN. 

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*Please be advised: the article linked is gated content, The Chronicle of Philanthropy allows a select number of free articles before becoming a paid subscriber. Even so, we highly recommend the content linked. 

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Katie Wilson is a Digital Marketing Manager at StratusLIVE. She has 5 years of experience leading successful digital marketing campaigns and creating innovative strategies to drive engagement and growth. She is passionate about helping organizations use technology to reach their goals and create positive social change.

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