Apparo connected A Child’s Place with AAA Carolinas to help them select a case management application for tracking and reporting on the homeless children they serve.
At Apparo’s CIO Insights: Don’t Let Your Data Go To Waste, our panelists talked about making the most of data – starting with being intentional about what data they choose to collect.
Lily Pad Haven received training on the use of SharePoint and OneDrive. Kevin Yount from CapTech conducted the training. By working with Apparo, they received this training at a fee of approximately 75% below market value.
Through a project sponsored by Wells Fargo and delivered by a corporate volunteer team from American Tire Distributors, The Backpack Weekend Food Program will receive software selection and implementation guidance.
Charlotte Pipe & Foundry Company is helping Habitat for Humanity of Charlotte and Our Towns Habitat consolidate data into one database and set up needed reports.
Crisis Assistance Ministry has been an Apparo partner since 2014, taking advantage of a wide breadth of our services.
Compass Group North America will help Community Culinary School of Charlotte by providing a technology assessment and plan in order to help prioritize their technology needs and move the organization forward.
Apparo matched the Arts & Science Council with a corporate volunteer team from Hylaine to asses their technology landscape and make recommendations for improvement.
They touched on one of the biggest challenges nonprofits face, and why strong nonprofits are a critical component of addressing economic mobility in the area.
Slalom Consulting is helping The YMCA of Greater Charlotte, Social Responsibility area, to address their manual, time-consuming, Excel-based processes.