The Ateesa CRM product is heavily customised for the non-profit sector - and is especially useful for those operating in environments where there is Consumer Driven Choice of service providers. This blog discusses issues and conditions in those markets.

How to successfully implement a new NDIS system at non-profits and community services organisations

This is an article and downloadable document providing some basic considerations for implementing systems.

Monday, 12 December 2016/
Tags:

Choice is good - but it creates more "thinking work" and creative planning for users and implementers.

Microsoft has used their CRM as a core for an ever blossoming range of features and options which means when it comes to implementing - there is greater scope for creative ways to improve a business - it's processes and services. More "mind" work for managers and hopefully operational staff (who carry a lot of common sense and knowledge around in their heads).

Microsoft has used their CRM as a core for an ever blossoming range of features and options which means when it comes to implementing - there is greater scope for creative ways to improve a business - it's processes and services.

More "mind" work for managers and hopefully operational staff (who carry a lot of common sense and knowledge around in their heads).

Friday, 7 October 2016/
Tags:

The Elephant in the Room

The need to remove data silos in the organisation and share information across the organisation.

Thursday, 20 November 2014/

Defend your organisational realm!

A solution to implement change processes

Thursday, 6 November 2014/

Looking into the (future) crystal ball?

Highlights of the Scottish experience of increasing pressure on the nonprofit workforce (NDIS relevant)...

Monday, 3 November 2014/
RSS
12345678