Eleanor Hecks

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Eleanor Hecks is editor-in-chief at Designerly Magazine. She was the creative director at a prominent digital marketing agency prior to becoming a full-time freelance designer. Eleanor lives in Philadelphia with her husband and pup, Bear.

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How Industry 4.0 and Automation Grew the World's Economy

The fourth industrial revolution is all about automation and the internet of things (IoT). Industry 4.0 drives innovation and introduces new ways for people to be more productive. It changes the scope of everything from the types of jobs available to how humans perform those tasks. 

The World Economic Forum found connectivity has reached a global scale. There are approximately 8.5 billion devices connected to the IOT. The COVID-19 pandemic accelerated the need for automation and remote work, advancing the IOT faster than expected.

The Top 4 Fund Accounting Software Programs that Will Best Support Your Nonprofit in 2021 Eleanor Hecks Wed, 02/17/2021 - 16:40

Good money management is crucial for any nonprofit, regardless of sector or niche. Without the right records, any organization will have difficulty managing funds, transactions and expenses. It’s vital to ensure accountability and control stewardship of reserves.

Digital accounting software can be a major asset for any nonprofit wanting to stay on top of fund management.

These four accounting programs are some of the best out there — and any nonprofit wanting to improve its stewardship of funds may benefit from their use.

9 Marketing Tips for Nonprofits to Ensure Survival

The inability to have fundraising events and connect face-to-face with donors has hurt many nonprofits and their money-raising efforts. The pandemic changed the way nearly every type of business operates, including charities.

According to Double the Donation, giving grew 4.1% in 2020, marking a sixth consecutive year of increase. The researchers found that most organizations leave a lot of potential funds on the table and don’t follow up to secure the donations.