Memory and Movement Charlotte completed another phase in their G.A.I.N. journey: their migration to SharePoint with volunteers from Accenture and Carolina Computer Partners.
Bill Hammelman, President of Carolina Computer Partners, joins host Bleema Bershad and Apparo’s Sarah Gregory to share stories of his career journey and partnership with Apparo over the past several years.
Carolina Breast Friends recently teamed up with Apparo and volunteers from Wells Fargo, ATD, Crafted and UNCC to identify a new software solution to track survivors and donors. As a result of this solution, CBF anticipates saving 1,000+ hours annually in staff time. They will also experience a cost savings of $26,000.
Volunteers will help select the best data management application for nonprofit Freedom Communities.
The Independence Fund will receive help from an Accenture volunteer to select the best software solution to support their data and client needs.
AmerisourceBergen and Xcoobee skilled volunteers completed another phase in Shepherd’s Center of Charlotte’s G.A.I.N. journey, sponsored by NTT.
Youth Development Initiatives kicked-off another phase in Apparo’s 2-year nonprofit accelerator: migration to SharePoint, with Charlotte Networks volunteers.
CapTech and Divergent skilled volunterers completed another phase with JazzArts in Apparo’s 2-year nonprofit accelerator: migration to SharePoint. They anticipate improved efficiency, security and the potential for increased revenue.
The Independence Fund received a tech plan and assessment with the help volunteers and an Epic Change Agent.
Young Black Leadership Alliance has received a tech assessment and plan from Bank of America volunteers as part of their journey in the G.A.I.N. program.