Reporting & Dashboards
Amazing news! Tableau has expanded the eligibility of their donated Tableau Desktop and Tableau Prep Builder to include organizations that were previously ineligible! As you may know, TechSoup works hard with donor partners to open eligibility to as many groups as possible, so we are delighted to be expanding Tableau eligibility to all qualified nonprofit organizations.
Your website tells a powerful story about your nonprofit’s supporters and donors. Google Analytics (a part of your Google Suite for Nonprofits) is key to unlocking that story and driving action, but you need to ask the right questions.
Data can be a tremendous asset in pursuing your nonprofit's mission. Tracking and analyzing vital data yields insights that can help you improve your work, make better decisions, and become more accountable to stakeholders. However, having the right systems in place is only part of the equation -- without a culture of data-informed decision making, your efforts are likely to fall short.
In this webinar, TechSoup Canada's Ben Losman shines a light on the emotional factors in building a data-informed decision making culture, integrated data strategies, the daily data journey, and practical dashboard tools.
It’s tough sometimes to stay on point with so many factors competing for your attention on a daily basis – but processes are what support the very foundation of your work. One of the most critical decisions you can make is selecting the right budgeting software solution ‘out of the gate.’
Tableau is an award-winning software that specializes in making databases and spreadsheets understandable to ordinary people. Used by more than 29,000 companies worldwide across every industry, Tableau is not only powerful, but extremely user-friendly. You can use Tableau to produce and share visual representations of any data your organization collects!
There are a lot of fancy tools out there for data analysis - some of which are extremely complex, and some of which are actually fairly simple to use and set up. If you are looking to take the next baby step along the road to using your data to make better decisions, a good place to start might be to take a second look at the good old spreadsheet. Spreadsheet programs have a lot of data analysis tools built right in, and today I want to discuss a lesser-known (in my experience) but extremely powerful feature: pivot tables!
Take control of your nonprofit’s data and communicate its value effectively
April 2, 2012