https://techboston.com/events/tnb-roundtable-best-practices-selecting-case-management-platform/ Fenway Community Center
1282 Boylston St
Boston, MA 02215
Business, Innovation, Social Good, Tech
Tech Networks of Boston (TNB) exists to provide integrated and managed technology services to nonprofits and other mission-based organizations, and it’s also our privilege to offer you professional development opportunities through our Roundtable series. Our featured guest at this session will be Ken Boyle, senior account executive for Acutedge, Inc. The topic will be on the best practices for selecting a case management platform for nonprofits. This session will be held at the newly renovated Fenway Community Center, from 10:00am – 11:30am with an additional half hour for networking on Thursday, January 31, 2019.
Here’s what Ken says:
“Is your organization considering implementing a new technology platform for Program Management and/or Case Management?”
“This roundtable will provide best practice advice to help you select the right solution to meet your organization’s needs. We’ll discuss a procurement framework to enable you to ask the right questions in terms of defining system requirements, assessing potential platforms and implementation partners, and creating user buy-in to ensure a successful implementation.”
“This roundtable is appropriate for all nonprofit staff who are responsible for implementing a Program/Case Management solution, or who will be key stakeholders in the selection process – for example Program Managers. Please note that this session will not be specific to any one technology platform, focusing more on how best to determine requirements and compare options. There will be a Salesforce consultant in the room if you should you have any Salesforce-specific questions.”
Here’s a little more about Ken:
Ken Boyle is a Senior Account Executive at Acutedge, a Philadelphia-based Salesforce Impact Partner focused on the needs of nonprofits. Ken also spent time working as a Procurement Consultant for CCTA – the UK’s former “Central Computer and Telecommunications Agency” – probably best known for its role in sponsoring the development of ITIL.
Since moving to the United States in 2010, Ken has worked for a variety of companies focused on meeting the needs of nonprofits, including Tech Networks of Boston.
Full scholarships are available to qualified employees of nonprofit organizations.
Please apply by using the link below by Friday, January 11 . We will notify all applicants of acceptance status on Monday, January 14.
Apply here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/S5FP7QX