Technology should be in service to organizations. Too often, time, money, and organizational morale are squandered on bad tools or vendor-driven relationships.

I believe in organizational development and empowerment from the very first day of our engagement. I will help you develop and build tools that are easy to use and support your work and processes. I will support staff training and development with those tools so that you are as self-sufficient as possible.

I am also a believer in quick wins and low-hanging fruit. Often, major organizational pain points can be resolved with minimal technical intervention. You don’t need a big budget to make your work more efficient, and improve your relationship with your constituent database.

Technology change is organizational change and organizational development, and that’s how I view every engagement. Staff buy-in is essential for success, as is a willingness to reconsider organizational processes, silos, and core assumptions.