Nonprofit Services

Cloudvisr helps nonprofit get it right in today’s digital age.

Turning challenges into opportunities

How can your nonprofit transform today’s challenges into opportunities to become truly constituent centric and to differentiate through excellence?

Cloudvisr sees four ways to transform your nonprofit:

Reframe strategy and operations
Almost half of nonprofits lack a written strategic plan. Getting it right requires a sustainable strategy and a “next-gen” organization.

Magnify results through analytics
Less than than four in 10 nonprofits use data analytics but for those that have, 83 percent report significant efficiency gains.

Captivate the digital constituent
Nonprofits need to captivate constituents by communicating in the right place, at the right time, in the right way.

Accelerate impact through technology
Technology is critical for high-performing nonprofits and many are finding ways to put technology to work beyond the back office.

Cloudvisr's vision for nonprofits

Nonprofits face mounting pressures. Demand for services from nonprofits is on the rise, while fundraising potential is on the decline. As competition grows, so do opportunities to tap into an explosion of innovative technologies. What is the best place to start—and the right approach to achieving results?

The sustainable last mile

During the pandemic, consumer behaviors and retailers’ responses to them changed last-mile delivery’s carbon footprint, making it more sustainable. The last-mile supply chain made possible by local fulfillment centers could lower last-mile emissions between 17 and 26% through 2025. The last mile ecosystem is at a tipping point. Go one way, and it can extend these gains. Go the other way, and environmental impacts will worsen. Lasting change will require the ecosystem to work together to incentivize greener choices, rethink asset use, and harness data and analytics.

Faster. Cheaper. Greener.

Something unexpected happened to last-mile delivery during the pandemic—it got greener. When supply chains started moving again, the ecosystem adapted fast, as people purchased more and different products online. Stores became fulfillment centers. Ship from store and curbside pickup emerged. Parcel drop density rose. The sustainability gains that came from the pandemic were unintentional. Now it’s time to get intentional and make the last mile more efficient, less expensive and more eco-friendly. The whole last-mile ecosystem—post and parcel organizations, retailers, delivery companies, governments and consumers—is at a tipping point. Go one way, and it can create a truly sustainable last mile—faster, cheaper and greener. Go the other way, and things worsen unchecked.

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