by Gene Monteith, hiVelocity
Carving $1.5 million for IT out of a $10-million budget is par for the course among for-profit companies, Adam Roth says. For non-profits, where administrative costs are closely monitored, it’s a red flag.
That’s why so many non-profits have struggled to keep up with leading-edge technology that could help them better manage internal affairs, board business and programs, he says. And it’s why Roth created StreamLink Software, a Cleveland firm that has developed two products to help non-profits.
Since StreamLink’s first product launch in July of 2008 — a solution called BoardMax — the company has attracted more than 100 customers, including Ronald McDonald House, the Boys and Girls Club of Cleveland, and the American Heart Association.
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