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Non-Profit Dashboards

Nonprofit Dashboard

Track and Display Your
Non-Profit Financials – Instantly!

Spreadsheets and PowerPoints can never fully tell your organization’s financial story. Whether you need to show the big picture or demonstrate the smallest details, iDashboards gives you the tools to deliver the transparency, accountability and outcomes that your sponsors and board demand. With our easy-to-use interface, virtually anyone in your organization can display data from multiple sources in colorful charts, graphs and scorecards – no programming skills needed. Give your story a visual element that’s hard to ignore with iDashboards.

DASHBOARD EXAMPLES

THE EASIEST WAY TO CREATE PROFESSIONAL DASHBOARDS

Drag and drop your way to exciting, interactive dashboards. No programming required. Be creative!

EASILY CREATE CUSTOM DASHBOARDS

Choose from charts, graphs, maps, lines, histograms, pies, 3D and many more. Give life to your data!

DELIVER COMPELLING VISUALS

Mix Excel spreadsheets, CRM databases and more to find hidden insights. Put all your data to work!

CONNECT MULTIPLE DATA SOURCES

NON-PROFIT DASHBOARDS

Non-Profit Monitoring with Interactive Dashboards

iDashboards software gives you the tools you need to deliver real-time, customized dashboards to donors, board members, grant holders, staff and the community. Easily create a grant stewardship scorecard. Track program expenses. Assess fundraising efficiency. Measure promised versus actual gifts. Display funding by source. Monitor outcomes and community impact. The amount of data you can track and display is virtually unlimited. Plus, since iDashboards is so easy to use, you can create a customized dashboard in a matter of minutes – just in time for the big board meeting.

Non-Profit Dashboards You  Can Build.

DASHBOARD EXAMPLES

Philanthropy Dashboard

PROVEN IN DOZENS OF NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS


For United Way of Metro Dallas, dashboards have made a meaningful difference, saving hundreds of man hours annually, delivering new insights with respect to resource allocation and helping to ensure the organization is operating as efficiently as possible.

Yvette Williams Director of Enterprise Tools, Technology and Infrastructure
United Way of Metropolitan Dallas