They provide program planning and evaluation consulting, training, and Web-based evaluation tools to nonprofits and funders across geographic and programmatic boundaries. They want to make evaluation accessible to all nonprofits, so they have the knowledge and skills to:
* Manage their internal matters, programs, and services effectively;
* Gain a stronger understanding of what is happening in their programs, and how those programs are affecting people and communities; and
* Collectively raise a strong voice in funding and policy decisions. [Marcus P. Zillman, M.S., A.M.H.A. Author/Speaker/Consultant]
this looks like it could be a good way to get more non-profits technologically enabled.