(AURORA, Colo. - July 10, 2012) –Technology experts from Adolfson & Peterson Construction (A&P) supported local nonprofits at the Technology Summit this summer, hosted by the Nonprofit Cultivation Center (a division of United Way). Participating nonprofits had an opportunity to work with experts on technology-related questions. A&P volunteers were on hand to answer questions about programs A&P is highly efficiently at using, including Microsoft Excel, PowerPoint, Word, Adobe Acrobat, Project, Google Documents, etc.
The company’s technology savvy specialists volunteered either a half day or full day at the conference, which invited all nonprofit professionals in Boulder and Broomfield counties to capitalize on the opportunity for free trainings in new and existing technologies. Training tracks were available for beginning to advanced users. One-on-one training was also available to help participants problem solve individual and unique organizational challenges.
A&P has developed and discovered the best tools to make business processes run smoothly over its 65-year history. “We understand the importance of embracing emerging technologies and the tangible advantages technology can have for those who best leverage it. We are happy to pass what we have learned along to the nonprofit community,” said Dan Imo, Assistant Project Manager, and one of five A&P volunteers at the event.
The Nonprofit Cultivation Center Technology Summit was created to help support the infrastructure of nonprofit organizations by providing a place where participants could learn about the newest technology and how to use it to advance their operations.