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How to Choose a Database Management System – A Primer

Foundation for MetroWest

Tuesday, November 14, 2017 from 9:30 AM to 11:00 AM (EST)

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Your data is a strategic asset of your organization.  Organizing data in a way that is easy to access and provides meaningful information to manage your operations is critical to your success.  Join us to examine how to choose a database management system.  We’ll provide a framework for choosing an effective database for your organization covering how to:

•        Map your existing processes

•        Review processes for potential improvements

•        Gather needs requirements (Start with the end in mind)

•        Prioritize needs and set timelines

•        Craft and distribute Request for Proposal

•        Define internal ownership and governance

•        Manage vendor selection and implementation

•        Establish procedures for ongoing use and maintenance of the system

Who should attend: This workshop is intended for any nonprofit professional or board member of organizations from small to large.

About the Presenter: 

Russell Greenwald, VP & Director IT Practice, InSource Services

As head of Technology Consulting Practice, Russell provides strategic direction for and management of the delivery of technology services to effectively support our clients’ businesses.  Russell is also Insource’s principal IT consultant focused on providing CIO, IT goal planning and assessment services to clients.  He also has a proven track record working with organizations on strategic technology goals, developing multi-year technology plans, and seeing implementations through completion.  He understands what it takes for technology adoption, playing on his years of experience of creating momentum, building trust, and nurturing change.  He has significant experience in establishing technologies that support high tech startups to online payment processing for non-profit donations and program membership. As head of the Technology Consulting Practice, Russell provides strategic direction for and management of the delivery of technology services to effectively support our clients’ businesses. Russell is also Insource’s principal IT consultant, focused on providing CIO, IT goal planning and assessment services to clients.  He has a proven track record working with organizations on strategic technology goals, developing multi-year technology plans, and seeing implementations through to completion.  He understands what it takes for technology adoption, playing on his years of experience of creating momentum, building trust, and nurturing change.  He has significant experience in establishing technologies that support high tech startups to online payment processing for nonprofit donations and program membership.As head of the Technology Consulting Practice, Russell provides strategic direction for and management of the delivery of technology services to effectively support our clients’ businesses. Russell is also Insource’s principal IT consultant, focused on providing CIO, IT goal planning and assessment services to clients.  He has a proven track record working with organizations on strategic technology goals, developing multi-year technology plans, and seeing implementations through to completion.  He understands what it takes for technology adoption, playing on his years of experience of creating momentum, building trust, and nurturing change.  He has significant experience in establishing technologies that support high tech startups to online payment processing for nonprofit donations and program membership. As head of the Technology Consulting Practice, Russell provides strategic direction for and management of the delivery of technology services to effectively support our clients’ businesses. Russell is also Insource’s principal IT consultant, focused on providing CIO, IT goal planning and assessment services to clients.  He has a proven track record working with organizations on strategic technology goals, developing multi-year technology plans, and seeing implementations through to completion.  He understands what it takes for technology adoption, playing on his years of experience of creating momentum, building trust, and nurturing change.  He has significant experience in establishing technologies that support high tech startups to online payment processing for nonprofit donations and program membership.

Russell has worked across industries ranging from nonprofits to venture capital, biotechnology, financial services, manufacturing and healthcare.

Russell holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in mathematics from Brandeis University.

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Whitney Place
3 Vision Drive
Route 9 West
Natick, MA 01760

Tuesday, November 14, 2017 from 9:30 AM to 11:00 AM (EST)


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Foundation for MetroWest

Established in 1995, the Foundation for MetroWest is the only community foundation serving the 33 cities and towns in the region.  We promote philanthropy in the region, help donors maximize the impact of their local giving, serve as a resource for local nonprofits and enhance the quality of life for all our residents.  Since inception, the Foundation has granted $14 million to charitable organizations and currently stewards more than $18 million in charitable assets for current needs and future impact.  To learn more, please visit www.foundationformetrowest.org or call 508-647-2260.

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