Date(s) - 06/25/2018
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
The Boston Foundation
Do you have a piece of software you’re currently using that you are unhappy with? Perhaps you’d like to consolidate your data into one platform but don’t know where to start. This session will discuss the options for consolidating data and the steps you should take to prepare for an integration.
There are three types of consolidation that might appeal to nonprofits:
- You utilize a few systems and want to move to an all-inclusive, integrated solution.
- You have two systems that currently don’t talk to one another, but you want them to.
- You wish to keep your systems as is, but want to consolidate your data someplace else for reporting requirements.
This session will be helpful to nonprofit professionals involved in making data-related decisions at your workplace. No previous database administration experience is necessary, but would be helpful.
If you currently experience frustration with multiple data sources and applications, we’d love for you to attend.
Here’s a little bit about our featured guest, Tom Loomis:
Tom has 20+ years of experience as a software architect, engineer, technical lead, lead developer, and technical project manager using a variety of development tools. Tom has extensive experience in gathering business requirements and translating them into data driven web applications that replace legacy systems or manual processes. Tom enjoys training and guiding professionals who are about to make data consolidation and integration decisions. Tom also has extensive experience in the healthcare, IT, and financial services sectors.
Please apply for a seat by using the link below.
Applications for a seat are due by June 5th, and applicants will be notified of acceptance on June 8th.