Guest Blog :: The Mistake Everyone Makes When Looking For Nonprofit Software

by Asaf Darash,
nonprofit software

Capterra graciously asked me to write a guest blog post for their Nonprofit Technology Blog. The subject is mistakes nonprofits make when looking for a nonprofit software to automate much of their admin process.

I wanted to write about something helpful and relevant for nonprofit professionals and put together an advice column of sorts on what to look for in a nonprofit software, and how to compare software options the right way. I highlight 4 criteria you should consider, no matter what and then give 2 in depth examples of problems many nonprofits face and how a nonprofit software should go about solving that problem for you! If you’re looking for a great list of online tools for nonprofits, check out Wild Apricot’s list here of 199 online tools for nonprofits.

I invite you to check out the article and leave a comment with your thoughts! Check out all of Regpack’s great reviews on Capterra while you’re there too!

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About The Author

Asaf Darash

Asaf has extensive experience as entrepreneur and investor. Asaf has built 3 successful companies to date, all with an exit plan or that have stayed in profitability and are still functional. Asaf specializes in product development for the web, team building and in bringing a company from concept to an actualized unit that is profitable.