4 Reasons Why Software Training Matters for Your Nonprofit
Lucky for us, technology is advancing quickly, and it seems like the opportunities are endless. If there’s something you’re looking for—fundraising platforms, event management platforms, case management software, donor management software—there is a software out there for your nonprofit. Unlucky for us, while technology may be developing at a rapid pace, we may not be able to learn so rapidly—on our own nonetheless!
We’re at a breaking point where everyone is coming to the realization that their organization will not succeed without the assistance of technology. It holds the capability to make life and work easier and less stressful, as well as drive greater results.
1. An Investment Worth Investing In
Sure, software training can be expensive. Depending if you want to implement online training or bring in a certified professional, the costs can vary. According to Business.com, online training can cost anywhere between $30 and $80 per employee; training software can cost as low as $80 and go up to $1,000; and an in-person class can cost between $500 and $1,500 per employee.
While the latter can be a big financial burden for the organization, purchasing a software or offering online training can be cost-effective alternatives that will reign in big benefits. If you think about the experience and expertise software training will give your employees, it will certainly pay off itself in the long haul—in time and money.