The international development agency said that the lengthy NetSuite rollout was worth the effort in the end and has seen strong results.
The non-profit is using Twilio to remind mothers in Nigeria to vaccinate their babies, in return for small cash payments that they can invest in their families’ futures.
The charity has announced the development of an IBM Watson-powered virtual assistant to interact with website visitors in a form that feels like a natural conversation.
Knowing how funds are spent is crucial for non-profits. Unit4's Ton Dobbe explains how it's helping an innovative NASA project and enhancing disaster relief
While the tech industry promotes diversity and globalization, politics has been moving in the opposite direction. Inclusion must reach the left-behind too.
NetSuite founder Evan Goldberg speaks to diginomica about the motivations behind his cancer charity and his experience of running a non-profit organization - on NetSuite, naturally.
Today is World AIDS Day and the Salesforce Tower in London is turning red in honor of the battle to secure an AIDS free generation. Charity (RED) is leading the charge with the help of cloud computing tech.
One of the UK’s leading social landlords, Sanctuary Housing is undergoing a huge transformation programme with SAP.
The Global Open Data for Agriculture and Nutrition initiative has set itself the ambitious goal of getting governments around the world to share information that could be used to solve the problem of world hunger. But despite excellent progress to date, there are still a good number of obstacles in its path.
Moving student records, donor management and now financials to the cloud is helping Camfed support a million girls in rural Africa through secondary school
A recent hackathon, staged by Docusign, has given the charity new ideas about how it can deliver vital work with maximum efficiency and a minimum of soggy paper.
Wonderbag entrepreneur Sarah Collins is attempting to realise her humanitarian goals by collecting and exploiting data about people in the developing world in general and Africa in particular, which simply isn’t available for commercial use elsewhere.
Instead of a raft of product announcements, the focus at Salesforce World Tour in London yesterday was on what technology can do for people.