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Peter Gross
Nonprofit Technology Strategist

Serving the nonprofit technology community to improve how organizations approach technology and how technologists grow to become organizational leaders.

Services

For Nonprofit Organizations

Technology Strategy, Leadership & Action Plans

Create a clear roadmap and action plan for technology investments that is aligned with your mission, goals, and resources - either via a roadmap-specific project or part-time CIO services.

Vendor & System Selections

Facilitate a proven and workable method for evaluating vendors and systems which balances the needs and priorities of various departments as well as your budget, staffing and capacity for change.

Implementation Support & Change Management

Support all aspects of implementing and improving systems and vendor relationships including project planning, change management, process improvement and data organization & cleanup.

For Nonprofit
Leaders & Professionals

Coaching & Mentoring

Provide professional coaching and mentoring to nonprofit technologists and other professionals to help them combine their knowledge and experience with the skills and approach required to translate what they know into better service, greater levels of adoption, and transformative change.

For Vendors Serving Nonprofits

Nonprofit Vendor Consulting

Utilize decades of nonprofit and consulting experience to support nonprofit-oriented vendors to better understand and provide service to the sector. Includes professional services strategy and delivery, business & partnership development, and product strategy.

About Me

Peter Gross

I have spent my entire 30-year career working with and for nonprofit organizations with the last 22 years focused on technology. I started my consulting career working for Blackbaud doing dozens of implementations of the Raiser’s Edge and leading some of the largest and most complex implementations to that point.

 

For the last 15 years I have partnered with some of the largest and most complex organizations to develop and implement technology roadmaps and to select and implement new systems. Just as important is my work to improve how my clients collaborate internally to govern, operate and implement their 2nd most valuable resource: the data they collect that drives fundraising, finance, operations and programmatic impact.

 

More recently, I have focused on the single most important nonprofit technology resource: the technologists who are responsible for implementing, managing and supporting the software, hardware, processes and vendor relationships that comprise the nonprofit’s technology ecosystem.

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