Our Approach

Transformation is the Answer.

More than 50% of technology projects fail. The technology moves forward, but the organization stays in place. Why? Because although new technology can be powerful, it can’t transform a nonprofit on its own.

Old Organization

+ New Technology

= Expensive Old Organization

Placing new technology in an unchanged nonprofit organization—without implementing new thinking, processes, and habits—often results in some degree of failure. Expense is made, but the desired results are not achieved.

3 Ways We Can Help

Leadership, operations, processes, and data must all undergo some level of transformation for you to be successful with new technology. We help by applying our skills in three primary ways:

Build CIO
Build CIO
BUILD CIO
Part-time or interim CIO services designed to advance your nonprofit’s mission by harnessing data and technology.
Build Projects
Build Projects
BUILD PROJECTS
Objective technology assessments and roadmaps, system selections, and implementation guidance for nonprofits.
Build Teams
Build Teams
BUILD TEAMS
Outsourced CRM data managers with deep development operations experience.

Passionately Independent and Transparent

Build Consulting is an advocate for our clients. We find the right solution for your organization by considering your needs, your resources, and your realities.

We don’t accept bonuses or partner with vendors. If we stand to gain from a recommendation that we make in this way, we tell our customers before they make their decision, so they’re properly informed. If a vendor sends a referral check despite our polite refusal, we either send it back or donate it.

We do have good working relationships with some of the largest and best-established vendors, which we leverage for our clients. We are open about these relationships and proactively disclose them, so everyone is on the same page.

Check out our projects to see how we’ve applied our approach to organizations just like yours.

Contact us today to find out how we can transform your organization