Can investing in updating software for your non-profit reduce inefficiency? According to McKinsey Global Institute, fully implementing technologies can raise productivity by as much as 25%. When 20% of a workers week is spent tracking down internal information or special tasks, having technologies to alleviate that will increase efficiency and let you focus on your mission.
Most non-profits track metrics and financial data already, so migrating to updated software will only help to adequately track and measure your effectiveness as a business. Ditching the trips to the copier save administrative employees time, since they average around 61 trips to the fax machine, copier, or printer a week.
Making the move from paper documents will not only save you time, but also money. An average of $20 per filed document will be saved, and transitioning to technology will save you a months’ worth of searching for misplaced documents. Not to mention the nine square feet of space you’ll gain per filing cabinet in the office.
Check out this infographic for more information on why updating your software will help you get on with your mission.