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Tech Solutions to Association Problems

We’ve discussed on past episodes technology’s role in leveling the playing field for non profits and associations in helping them improve outreach and service to their membership. This week, we talk with Kris Valerio, Executive Director of the Chesapeake Regional Tech Council (CRTC), an association serving the needs of tech firms in and around the Annapolis-Washington-Baltimore, MD region. With Kris’ expertise, we take a deeper look at the technology needs of associations, large and small, and compare their needs. For example, organizations like the American Cancer Society (an organization fighting a health issue) may have very different needs than than of the AARP (that targets indivdiuals based on age and develops business alliances).

We also take a first hand look at what the CRTC needs from its technology infrastructure and how the right tech solution can help the organization better serve its members.

Join me as we hear from Kris what solution the CRTC choose and the benefits their technology investment will bring their member organizations.

Technology Today airs on Thursdays at 4PM Eastern on the BlogTalkRadio network – the online home for Internet Radio! Reach us by email, texts to 240-731-0756, facebook, our blog, our show page and on Twitter. Listeners can call-into our show Live at (323) 410-0032.

The CRTC is a non-profit membership organization of over 260 Annapolis-Washington-Baltimore area businesses, including many of the area’s well-known leading technology companies. For more information go to http://www.chesapeaketech.org.

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September 13, 2011 - Posted by | Uncategorized

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