In today’s technology-driven world, managing your organization’s data is more important than ever to be able to effectively reach your constituents, whether it’s for outreach, development, or simple updates. To better understand this issue, the Nonprofit Committee of the Chamber presents “Constituent Data Management: Options for Better Results for Your Organization.”
Join Vassar College’s Vice President for Computing & Information Services and Chief Information Officer Michael G. Cato, and Rob Cohen, an independent consultant with Fit-4-Purpose Solutions, who will discuss the challenges we all face with multiple data management options, how to obtain good results in an ideal world, what good data management actually looks like, and possible solutions to meet your organization’s needs.
This complimentary seminar will be held on Tuesday, July 18, from 4-6 p.m. at ReStore of Habitat Dutchess, located at 625 Dutchess Turnpike in Poughkeepsie.
The Arc of Dutchess
and Ulster Savings Bank
proudly sponsor this seminar.