Using technology to do more with less
Using technology to do more with less
The majority of our clients are nonprofits, and many of our consultants have worked directly for nonprofits. This gives us a distinct advantage. We know nonprofits face budgetary and human capital challenges; they’re often asked to do more with less. This inside knowledge and understanding allows us to develop innovative IT solutions to help them meet their mission.
With technology expanding rapidly, it seems there’s no end to the amount of technical solutions available for your organization. So, the questions become as follows:
If you’ve ever asked yourself these questions, you’re not alone. At MainSpring, we’re committed to educating nonprofits on today’s technology nuances, as well as helping them overcome strict budgetary and resource challenges and strategically implementing the right IT solutions for their organization. In fact, we’re familiar with a variety of tools that many nonprofits use today, including:
KnowBe4 partners since 2018
Arlington Chamber of Commerce (ACC) members since 2019
Microsoft Certified Silver Partner, 12 years
Loudoun County Chamber of Commerce (LCCC) members since 2020
FileMaker Business Alliance Platinum, 21 years
FileMaker Authorized Trainer
FileMaker Certified Developer
Certified Small Business
GSA Schedule Number GS-35F-363GA • DNS number 809100498
Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) J6 Enterprise Technical Services (JETS) contract
DNS number: 809100498
NCSA Champion and member since 2015
Frederick County Chamber of Commerce (FCCC), member since 2017
MainSpring and its partners developed an innovative, online training solution to benefit medical personnel who will use the MC4 software on the front line.
SAMHSA needed to process online waivers submitted by doctors who were requesting permission to distribute Buprenorphine for addicts. But, bottlenecked solutions and manual processes made the verification and reporting of each waiver time-consuming and costly. In effect, SAMHSA and DSG decided to partner with MainSpring to help expedite the distribution of treatment across America.
With outdated software and hardware, as well as an inefficient information architecture, DCCK suffered from poor communication and collaboration efforts—forcing them to reach out for help. By partnering with MainSpring, they've boosted productivity, which has saved them countless hours in the work week, as well as thousands of dollars per year. Now, they're investing that time and money back into their mission to reduce hunger!
Lack of cohesion and a poor user interface prompted ILSI to partner with MainSpring for a website overhaul. Together, they developed a solution that saved thousands of dollars, improved user experience and unified their network of sites. Their new website allows them to better advocate their mission: establishing global partnerships for a healthier world.
Faced with a timely, manual contract approval process, MainSpring partnered to implement a new procurement system within the existing IESC SharePoint infrastructure, which eliminated the majority of steps, shored up internal controls and made the system much easier to use. As a result, the system has improved accuracy, speed, usability, transparency and oversight of the contract approval process.
Challenged with recording patient care of sick children around the world, CURE International and MainSpring partnered to build a custom electronic medical record (EMR) system using FileMaker. The results: 7,200 medical professionals armed with tools to standardize medical records, track supplies and automate reporting to improve care.
St. Cloud Door Company’s business was booming, but its systems couldn’t keep up—not without breaking. They realized they needed to change before things got worse so they partnered with MainSpring.
MainSpring is proud to be a trusted partner in the MC4 mission, which helps to ensure that Service members have a secure, accessible, lifelong electronic medical record.
MainSpring worked to build a custom system that allowed Bangladesh safety inspectors to gather information in the field with an iPad and sync that data with their business offices. Once inspectors completed their reports, they used the solution to sync them to a centrally hosted database, accessible worldwide.