B–Three Returns to TechNow Event
October 1, 2009
B–Three Solutions is again planning to participate in a major regional conference on trends and resources in technology for nonprofit organizations. TechNow 2009 will take place on October 29 at the Sewall Center, on the campus of Robert Morris University in Moon Township.
Organized by the Bayer Center for Nonprofit Management — a unit of Robert Morris University — TechNow is an annual event that is unique in the Pittsburgh region. Leaders from a wide range of nonprofits participate in the conference, along with representatives of vendors offering information technology services.
At last year’s event, conference participants stopped at the B–Three table to view a PowerPoint presentation running on a high-definition television — and to fill out a card for a chance to take the TV home! The winner was Bill Rudek, the IT Manager of RiverQuest (an organization that operates education programs for students and teachers on Pittsburgh’s three rivers).
For TechNow 2009, we have updated the presentation with information on four recent projects, and prepared a handout folder including descriptions of a number of projects. The presentation will again be shown on a high-definition television, and participants will again fill out cards for a chance to win the TV.
We take part in the TechNow conference because the way we work is as advantageous for nonprofits as it is for businesses and governments. B–Three specializes in fixed–fee, fixed–timeline projects, and we guarantee the software we develop with a 1–year warranty.
This approach to software projects is both cost–certain and cost–effective for B–Three’s clients — including nonprofit organizations.