TechSoup Asia-Pacific is proud to announce its newly signed partnership with Blackbaud, a cloud software company that’s built entirely and exclusively to empower charities across the globe. Through this partnership, NGOs across 6 Southeast Asian countries – Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Vietnam and Thailand – may access exclusive discounts to Blackbaud’s range of solutions for fundraising, project management, communications and donor management.
NGOS may learn more about the Blackbaud product offers through the links below:
With a successful Technology for Good conference last December 10, TechSoup flew back to Singapore last 21 April to co-host Go Digital, a whole day event from Microsoft comprising of 2 back-to-back half-day sessions on Office 365 and Dynamics 365. As a follow-up event to the larger conference last December, Go Digital focused on giving a deeper discussion about the two product donations through the help of both experts from Microsoft & partners alike.
TechSoup & Microsoft Malaysia have hit the road this past March to kick-off their Tech4Good roadshow, beginning with a 2-day training in Ipoh, Malaysia. With the central theme of ‘Modern Nonprofit’, this year’s Tech4Good series in Malaysia has been restructured into a series of on-the-ground training events, delivering Microsoft expertise directly to NGOs within and outside Kuala Lumpur, with the aim of educating and assisting them in their adoption of modern cloud solutions.
Di penghujung tahun 2016, khususnya pada bulan November dan Disember beberapa siri latihan secara percuma untuk NGO telah dijayakan di beberapa lokasi berlainan dengan kerjasama Yayasan Salam Malaysia. Siri-siri latihan ini adalah bertujuan membantu menyampaikan “technology knowledge” yang membolehkan NGO menggunakannya untuk membangunkan organisasi mereka. Pelbagai cabaran dan manfaat secara peribadi diperolehi sepanjang penganjuran siri latihan ini. Namun pengalaman ini amat istimewa.
Last 10 December 2016, TechSoup Asia-Pacific & Microsoft Singapore organized another successful Technology for Good half-day conference at the Enabling Village in Lengkok Bahru, Singapore. Attended by over 45 unique local charities, the conference’s purpose was reflected already by its venue’s name – that is to enable.
Like sequels of a movie, we go by the same principle of offering more every time. That said, we always strive hard to find more ways of helping you every new fiscal year (FY), be it through adding new donors, new offers and hey, may even be in reaching new countries.
Nowadays as the internet becomes the main connectivity medium, no one can skip out from rapid changes of technology, hence why Microsoft came up with the initiative “Tech4Good” day, to help us especially nonprofit sector, to contribute more to society by working smarter to achieve more.
Have you heard? Microsoft will be making significant changes to all free personal OneDrive accounts by 13 July 2016 – just a few weeks away from today. By then all new free accounts will strictly be limited to a maximum of 5 GB storage, and the previous perks of additional storage (e.g. free 15 GB for camera roll) will be discontinued.
Last 13 May 2016, Microsoft Philippines and TechSoup Asia-Pacific had successfully capped off a 2-month long series of virtual events, trainings and conferences that spanned across two cities and has catered to over a hundred or more local NGOs in the Philippines.