Affnetz™ Board of Directors Management Software
Your Board of Directors plays a crucial role in making the organization successful. The interaction between the staff and the Board needs to be handled with the utmost care. Affnetz™ Board of Directors management software helps you manage this vital stakeholder group to drive mission achievement.
Your Board of Directors serves as the backbone of the organization. Among their duties are:
Since Nonprofit board membership is typically an unpaid volunteer arrangement, this list of responsibilities is truly challenging. Therefore, a Board of Directors management process must make life for board members as easy as possible.
Affnetz™ Board of Directors Management Software contains an array of features that combine to streamline operations to support excellent board management.
First, all Board Members are added to the Affnetz™ Board of Directors Management Database. This way, all data about each member can be captured and used for other Affnetz™ processes.
Second, Affnetz™ facilitates Board involvement with a Committee Management function that can help keep Board Member activity organized. The Committee modules allow Board Members to collaborate through messaging, patent-pending Private Digital Clip Notes™and document management.
Third, the Board of Directors depends on accurate and timely information to do its job. Nonprofit decision-makers often suffer from the malady of “lots of data, little reporting”. Most Board of Directors Management Software offers a limited number of canned reports. Additional reports must be custom-built by the vendor at extra cost. Affnetz™ Tᶾ Reporting (Trends Triggering Thoughtful Actions™) allows organizations to build and save their own reports with an easy-to-use interface. It’s a great way to get the right information at the right time.
Fourth, Affnetz™ Task Management helps to keep tasks assigned to the Board and individual Board Members organized. This Board of Directors Management tactic allows Board members to keep track of their commitments to the organization and balance them against their outside responsibilities.