Austin’s nonprofits use our technology support plans to reach their mission goals. Technology helps fundraising, programs, and staff communication and development. Strategic Help provides nonprofit (IT) Information Technology Services and Support to organizations in Austin Texas, and other cities.
We like working with nonprofits and would enjoy meeting and learning about your mission, goals, and how we could help you.
What are nonprofit’s unique technology challenges?
Affordable tech expertise
Consistent IT resources
Organization technology policies
Redundancy and organizational continuity
– disaster prevention
– recovery testing
Storage space and document retention policies
Strategic Help has professional support plans for any size nonprofit that keeps Executive Directors, Board of Directors, staff, constituents happy and trouble-free. From on-premise networks, servers, and workstations to backup, storage, cloud services, email servers, and day to day security we assist nonprofits in meeting their goals.
We have held staff positions at nonprofits and know the challenges and opportunities facing nonprofit funding, staff, and management. If your nonprofit organization needs help with technology please use our form here or call us. Cause-based non-profit organizations help make our world a better place, and we work with our nonprofit partner clients to accommodate budgets and schedules.
Microsoft Partner. We Have worked with MS products and services for more than 20 years. They are good reliable tools and systems. We support them and help clients do more with their Microsoft investment.
We were an early adopter of SalesForce. We have consulted on projects and have used it ourselves. It is a “swiss army knife” of on-line customer, client, constituent database systems.
A relatively new entry into the cloud and hosted services space, Microsoft’s Office 365 is a great value proposition buddling Advanced email, SharePoint, Office 2013, and other online apps into one monthly subscription. We configure, migrated, support, and develop new ways of using these tools. Great value for nonprofit groups.
Stand alone or as part of a hosted cloud service SharePoint helps organize and centralize information and processes in organizations, and teams.
Google Workspace is similar to Office365, but in some configurations costs less, and is a bit less familiar and polished if you are used to Microsoft products. It is also (like the nonprofit version of MS 365 and Teams) a good value for nonprofits.