Why Your Nonprofit Must Secure it’s Future in Communications

Nonprofit Organizations Must Secure Their Future and Gain The Communicative Edge

Is your organization ready for “the cloud”?  Today is the day to realize that being limited to a legacy telephone system and its limited features is not enough to maximize your limited staff’s productivity, improve communications and collaboration among constituents, donors and volunteers nor enhance organizational workflows.

In a world where communication needs for nonprofit organizations require “mobility”, whereby staff are working from anywhere in the world at any given time and on any device, it becomes increasingly clear that a legacy phone system is not enough. Furthermore, it is clear the biggest change in the way nonprofits of all sizes utilize technology, is the accelerated adoption of “the cloud” to meet ever growing challenges.

The world is changing and nonprofits must be nimble, mobile and have up-to-date channels of reliable communication. Whether it’s fundraising, speaking with members or taking a crisis call, phones are the heart of what makes an organization tick and your organization must make the change in order to secure the communicative edge of the future.

Start learning more today: Find out if your nonprofit organization qualifies for free phones for your entire organization with UniVoIP’s Phone Donation Program. No obligation or commitments, just see if your organization can get free phones. 

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