Networking with Nonprofits at TechNow 2008
November 3, 2008
B–Three Solutions played an active role in the TechNow 2008 conference held on October 30, 2008. TechNow is an annual event organized by the Bayer Center for Nonprofit Management — a unit of Robert Morris University. It is a day–long conference devoted to important trends and resources in technology for nonprofit organizations.
This year’s conference, held at the Regional Learning Alliance in Cranberry Township, attracted more than 100 participants from throughout Western Pennsylvania. B–Three helped support the event by sponsoring the luncheon.
B–Three’s two representatives at TechNow 2008 had the opportunity to speak with more than half of the conference participants. Those individuals and many others were able to view a slide show introducing B–Three Solutions and highlighting B–Three’s recent high–profile projects for the City of Pittsburgh.
Printed material at the B–Three table described the company’s experience with fixed–fee, fixed–timeline projects, and the one–year guarantee on the software developed for those projects. Another handout described B–Three Protection (BTP), a new offering which delivers essential software protection, plus additional value every month in the form of substantial services for the client’s business.
Visitors to B–Three’s table filled out information cards and dropped them into a fishbowl for a chance to win a 32–inch high–definition television (on which the slide show was being shown). The winner was Bill Rudek, IT Manager of RiverQuest, an organization that operates education programs for students and teachers on Pittsburgh’s three rivers.