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Speakers » Henrietta Hall and Marcus Harvey


How Technology Profits the Non-Profits

Thurs 9th October, 10:40am

A lack of profit-mandate does not eliminate the need for efficiencies. Technology can help non-profits make the most of staff and volunteer time, improve client outcomes, and support the organisation to operate effectively in the event of a disaster. The problem is they often find it challenging to provide staff high quality, cost effective ICT.

Henrietta Hall and Marcus Harvey talk about their organisation’s work with small-sized not-for-profits in New Zealand, with ICT reviews and development plan, the first step toward ensuring an organisation has the right technology to support their efforts. They address how IT professionals can help to address many of the challenges facing this sector, in their local communities.

About Henrietta Hall and Marcus Harvey

Henrietta Hall is the Principal ICT Advisor for Infoxchange, focusing on strategic ICT support for small to medium sized organisations, mostly, but not exclusively, in the not for profit and creative sectors. She has extensive experience with public, private and not-for-profit organisations of varying sizes. Her roles have included chief information officer, project director and manager, product manager, and ICT consultant.

Marcus Harvey is the Consulting and ICT Services Manager at Infoxchange, delivering cost effective ICT services to the not-for-profit sector. Harvey was a Principal Consultant at Nous Group, where he led a wide range of consulting engagements including ICT strategy and business case development, as well as benchmarking ICT and other corporate services across the sector.