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IBM Study: Advanced Analytics Are Vital for Nonprofits

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Major funders of nonprofit organizations are demanding quantified evidence of social impact. These essential stakeholders expect both transparency of operations and an effective digital presence. Our newest IBM research – conducted jointly with the Independent Sector, and enabled by an IBM Impact Grant – reveals that it’s more important than ever for nonprofits to leverage analytics capabilities strategically by using new approaches to talent, technology and partnering.

Read more about this first-of-its-kind report, and download a copy here.

Diane Melley is Vice President of Global Citizenship Initiatives at IBM.

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