Announcing : All-Access Keynote Speaker

Steve Ballmer

How better to celebrate a conference joining the nonprofit and software worlds than with an appearance from a truly brilliant technologist and philanthropist? We’re thrilled to announce that Steve Ballmer, former CEO of Microsoft and Co-Founder of the Ballmer Group, will be joining us as this year’s exclusive All-Access Keynote speaker. Don’t miss out on the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to see one of the most successful and mission-minded technologists in an intimate setting.

Join us as All-Access attendees and learn how our new partnership with the Ballmer Group will significantly enhance the software world for nonprofits and the social sector for decades to come.

Welcome Keynote Speakers

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Kristin Nimsger

Kristin Nimsger is the Chief Executive Officer at Social Solutions. She has an extensive background in the non-profit and foundation space; and is known for driving transformation and growth in technology organizations of all sizes. Ms. Nimsger served as CEO for MicroEdge, LLC., and during her tenure, led the sales of the company to publicly traded Blackbaud, Inc (BLKB) in 2014. Prior to MicroEdge, Kristin oversaw a suite of productivity software products and services for legal professionals at Thomson Reuters. Additionally, she held key leadership roles Kroll Ontrack, ultimately serving as President of the company for 4 years before leading the sale of the company to Providence Equity Partners in 2010.

 

Kristin is passionate about sharing her expertise through service and has been delighted to serve as a board member of service-oriented organizations. These organizations include North Memorial Health Care in Minneapolis, MN; and First Step Initiative, which provides microfinance support to women in the Democratic Republic of Congo to enable them to start their own small businesses and improve their lives and the lives of their families.

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John Manganaro

John Manganaro is the Senior Vice President of Product Management and Data Science at Social Solutions Global. He moved to Austin from Chicago, where he spent over a decade in the SaaS world. Most recently, John helped launch a startup company called DRIVIN, which grew quickly and was successfully acquired by a data partner in just under two years. At DRIVIN, John led a team of Product Owners, UX Developers and Data Scientists, who together created data-driven software products for car dealers across the country. John also worked as a Management Consultant for Pricewaterhouse Coopers within their Pricing & Profitability group, where he focused on a variety of project types, including: value-based pricing strategy, waterfall pricing and discount execution, value-based sales strategy, go-to-market strategy, KPI dashboard development, and loyalty program measurement and adoption strategy.

 

John is a graduate of the University of Illinois, where he earned his Bachelor’s Degree, and received his MBA from Northwestern University Kellogg School of Management.

The 2018 Impact Summit

Social Solutions is hosting our annual conference on October 29-31 in Austin, Texas!

Transforming lives doesn’t just happen. It is hard work that requires ongoing dedication, learning, collaboration, support and data (of course) to make a real difference in the lives of the most vulnerable. The Impact Summit is an invaluable opportunity to join fellow users, technology experts and inspired nonprofit leaders with a common purpose of achieving more impact every day, in their organizations and in the sector.

Registration is open!

Let’s come together to collaborate, learn and grow!

For more details about our packages,
please see the pricing chart.

Why should you attend?

All nonprofit professionals are welcome to attend and will find value in the sessions, regardless of your role at your organization. Here are some reasons why…

  1. Get Insider Information on our Partnership with Steve Ballmer
  2. Discover How to Create More Impact
  3. Collaborate with ETO and Apricot Users
  4. Connect with Social Solutions Leaders
  5. Hone Your Skills
  6. Grow Your Professional Network
  7. Share Nonprofit and Technology Best Practices
  8. Get Hands On 1:1 Support & Training
  9. Get a First Glance at Latest Features
  10. Learn from the Experts
  11. Get Inspired

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Schedule

Join us for over 50 hours of sessions that will include hands-on training and practice workshops all designed to help you get the most from Social Solutions and maximize your impact. These sessions will be led by Social Solutions team members, as well as industry leaders from across the country. Our Executive Team will be onsite throughout the 3-day event, hosting a keynote session, a Q&A hour, and an appreciation party that you won’t want to miss!

 

All-Access guests will get even more! Upgrade your Summit experience and enjoy access to 4 additional hours of session content, plus an exclusive opportunity to hear from Steve Ballmer, former Microsoft CEO and Co-Founder of the Ballmer Group, in a second keynote presentation on how together, we will rock the foundation of the nonprofit space!

Live Demos & Support Desks – Open All Day

Led by: Account Management, Support, Training, and Professional Services Teams

Demos of all available products, as well as hands-on support and scheduled one-on-one sessions available on all products, software and capabilities throughout the ETO and Apricot platforms.

7:00AM

Registration Opens – Foyer

8:00AM

Breakfast – Palm Park B

9:00 - 10:00AM

Welcome Keynote with Social Solutions’ Executive Team

Led By: Kristin Nimsger, CEO, and John Manganaro, SVP of Product, Social Solutions

10:15 - 11:00AM

Breakout Sessions

Intro to Apricot

Led by: Chaz Hanna, Social Solutions

Apricot 101, learn the basics of successful case management and reporting.

How to Configure your Apricot for Case Management or Any Direct Service Program

Led by: Jeff Haguewood, Owner and Apricot Consultant, Sidekick Solutions

This session will cover the best practices of form design and linking for programs providing direct services to clients. Learn the principles to track intake, clients, households, enrollments, service plans, activities, services, case notes, assessments, goals, and goal progress in your Apricot.

ETO Functions You Should Try

Led by: Scott Lamb, Treadwell

Discussion around specific ETO functions you may not be aware of, have yet to try, or are not optimizing such as: Collections, Referral Forms, Scheduling,  Approvals, Sandboxes, and more.

So You Have Data... Now What? It's Time for a Data Party

Led by: Christine Leonard, Christine Leonard Consulting Ltd. and Penny Mickanuck, The John Howard Society of Grande Prairie.

Every agency that uses ETO or Apricot has a pile of data available to them. You give it to funders but how else can you make use of it? We say… throw a Data Party! Come learn what a Data Party is and what it can do for you. We will use examples from two Data Parties to show you how to plan and present the data, techniques and strategies to examine and learn from the data, and how Data Parties can lead to concrete results.

11:00 - 11:30AM

Break – Foyer

11:30AM - 12:15PM

Breakout Sessions

Apricot Reporting for Beginners

Led by: Chaz Hanna, Social Solutions

Learn the basics of Apricot reporting in this hands-on session.

Intro to ETO

Led by: Val Hewitt, Social Solutions

ETO 101. Learn the basics of successful case management and reporting.

People Over Paper

Led by: Izzy McElroy, Social Solutions

ETO practices that allow users to be client-focused, including: collection design and use, creating time saving dashboard messages providing staff quick access to daily functionality, and effective dashboard parts for viewing critical participant information.

Apricot 360 & The Ballmer Group Initiative: A Shared Vision for Collaborative Impact

Led by: Alexis Zotalis and John Manganaro, Social Solutions

Join this session to get the latest information on the Ballmer Initiative, and the work we are doing with the support of the Ballmer Group to help nonprofits measure outcomes and have a greater impact in their communities.

12:15 - 1:15PM

Lunch – Palm Park B

1:30 - 2:30PM

Impact Roundtable: Addressing Top Concerns for Personal and Corporate Philanthropy

Moderated by: James Werner, CFP® Silicon Hills Wealth Management.

Panelists: Susan Moore, VP Government Affairs & Corporate Responsibility at AMD; Amanda Webster, Community Relations Manager at National Instruments; Shaleiah Fox, Associate Director of External Relations at UT Austin; and Brandon O’Neill, VP Charitable Planning Consultant at Fidelity Charitable

We are living in an era of unprecedented philanthropic opportunity. Join us for an insightful discussion with local leaders to learn how they are addressing complex, fast-moving social and fiscal issues and hear their best ideas for increasing donor engagement.

2:45 - 3:30PM

Breakout Sessions

ETO Reporting for Beginners

Led by: Strickland Bonner, Social Solutions

Learn the basics of ETO reporting in this hands-on session.

How to make Apricot actionable: Tasks, To-dos, Reminders, and Quality Control

Led by: Jeff Haguewood, Owner and Apricot Consultant, Sidekick Solutions

Which clients need follow-up? What tasks are up next on my to-do list? How can I manage the tasks associated with my caseload? These are common questions in the life of a direct service provider. Whether you need to complete an assessment on a regular interval or complete a status check every 30 days, having a reliable task management system can make a big different on your productivity and time management.

Maximize Your ETO Experience: Scorecards, Usability, Reporting and More

Led by: Jill Nilson, Exact Change Strategies

Over the years, ECS has gathered solutions to the most common challenges facing Organizations in the field. Come learn and share collective knowledge that will position you to integrate software into every-day life.

Data & Cyber Security

Led by: Matthew Kraft, Social Solutions

Learn what threatens your data and organization today. How to protect yourself, your clients, and your data from both external and internal security threats.

3:30 - 4:00PM

Break – Foyer

4:00 - 4:45PM

Breakout Sessions

ETO Reporting for Intermediate/Advanced Users

Led by: Strickland Bonner, Social Solutions

If you’re feeling comfortable with the basics, attend this hands-on training session for more advanced reporting techniques in ETO.

Apricot Reporting for Intermediate/Advancers Users

Led by: Chaz Hanna, Social Solutions

If you’re feeling comfortable with the basics, attend this hands-on training session for more advanced reporting techniques in Apricot.

Best Practices for Community Development Success

Led by: David Lyon, Big Picture SI

Using ETO to Improve Afterschool programming at Foundation Communities.

Best Practices when Executing a Theory of Change

Led by: Monique Lopez, UMOM

Learn how to execute a theory of change within your own organization.

5:00 - 5:45PM

Breakout Sessions

Email Marketing for NPOs

Led by: Natalie Hayes and Gloria Walker, Social Solutions

Learn how to leverage your Apricot data to aid in volunteer management and increase donor engagement through email marketing.

Exploring ETO for Reentry Services

Led by: Izzy McElroy, Social Solutions

This presentation takes a look at the best ways to utilize ETO for Reentry services at both the In-prison and Community program levels. We will discuss enterprise structure, client intake, tracking and data entry for provided services, and take a look at how you are accessing your reports.

Transitioning to Outcomes: What, Why, & How of Demonstrating Outcomes in ETO

Led by: Ellen Broudy, Center for Community Solutions San Diego

Learn how your organization can transition to using data to make client stories come to life, show the full impact of services in the lives of your participants, and share your organization’s story of success.

Cross-sector Collaboration: Trends and Opportunities for Improved Practice

Led by: Neil Britto, The Intersector Project

Highlights on how the practice and discourse relevant to cross-sector collaboration is evolving. Key tactic discussion for successful cross-sector partnerships, commentary on how organizations are adopting cross-sector approaches, and important questions for advancing thinking and practice.

6:30 - 8:30PM

Welcome Party & Awards Reception – Palm Court

Join us for an elegantly spooky evening while we welcome you, Halloween, and the Fall season with true Austin flare.

8:00AM

Breakfast – Palm Park B

9:00 - 10:00AM

Charity Roundtable: Advisor Relationship Success Stories

Moderated by: Glenda Molina, CFP® Silicon Hills Wealth Management

Panelists: Lori Bolding, COO at KLRU, Austin-PBS; Amelia Long, Director of Community Engagement at Central Texas Food Bank; Kimberly Theodore Sidey, Program Manager at Austin Community Foundation – Women’s Fund; Michelle Voss, Fund Development Manager at The Contemporary Austin

Join us as we bring together local leaders to share their most successful programming approaches, technology best practices, and innovative community partnerships that have led to increased donor engagement and funding.

10:15 - 11:00AM

Breakout Sessions

Apricot Form Building Do’s & Don’ts

Led by: Chaz Hanna, Social Solutions

How to create Apricot forms that allow you to get the most out of your reports.

ETO Automation Bundle

Led by: Val Hewitt, Social Solutions

Learn about our ETO automation add-ons with live demos of Alerts, Workflow, and Signature Pad.

Apricot Roadmap

Led by: Ashley Strain, Social Solutions

Be the first to hear what’s ahead for Apricot.

ETO Roadmap

Led by: Anthony Musillami, Social Solutions

Be the first to hear what’s ahead for ETO.

11:00 - 11:30AM

Break – Foyer

11:30AM - 12:15PM

Breakout Sessions

Into to ETO Database

Led by: Alex Smythers, Social Solutions

A look at how records such as participants, demographics, and TouchPoints are stored within the SQL Server database and discussion on implications for reporting.

Assessments, Scales, and Scoring: How to track progress in Apricot

Speaker: Ally Seidel, Apricot Consultant, Sidekick Solutions

Aggregating quantitative data into meaningful reports can be a challenge, especially if the source data is tracked in paper forms or disparate data systems. Your Apricot database and reporting platform makes quantitative analysis accessible to any user and can transform qualitative data entry into quantitative analytics.

Braille Institute & ETO; Becoming a Data-Driven Organization

Led by: Dave Shah & Maria Valdivia, The Braille Institute

How to become an organization that values data to further your mission.

Opportunities for Private Funding

Led by: James Werner, CFP® Silicon Hills Wealth Management

A discussion on a donor’s philanthropic journey with an advisor, and opportunities and challenges for charitable organizations.

12:15 - 1:15PM

Lunch – Palm Park B

1:30 - 2:30PM

Live Q&A with Social Solutions’ Executive Team

Participating Members: Kristin Nimsger, CEO; Joel Martins, CTO; John Manganaro, SVP Product; Ryan Vasquez, SVP Sales; Matthew Kraft, VP of Engineering, and Jamie Hunter VP Client Operations.

Meet our C-level and Senior leaders and get the opportunity to ask them anything. What is my Account Manager for? What are your goals for Apricot and ETO in the future? I’ve been hearing about Steve Ballmer a lot lately in my Social Solutions emails, who is he and what does it mean?  What’s your favorite band and why? Nothing’s off limits! (If you get the chance, be sure to ask our Sales SVP, Ryan, what his dog’s name is!)

2:45 - 3:30PM

Breakout Sessions

ETO Feedback

Led by: Joel Smith and Anthony Musillami, Social Solutions

Tell us how ETO is working for you and what you’d like to see in the coming updates!

Building Better TouchPoints for ETO

Led by: Taylor Shriver, Social Solutions

Discuss and demonstrate quick tips and tricks when creating a new TouchPoint form.

A Journey Towards Outcomes Excellence with Apricot

Speaker: Josh Gohlike and Maryse Sulimma, Cleveland Rape Crisis Center

Learn about Cleveland Rape Crisis Center’s evolution from a state of data-disarray, to a state of data-collection, to an outcome-oriented organization. The center will share their experiences with creating process improvements and a culture of change. Using the implementation of Case Management and Community Relationship Management systems, learn how to use Apricot to ask the right questions to solve real world problems.  

Issues, Applications, and Opportunities for Data in Cross-Sector Collaboration

Led by: Neil Britto, The Intersector Project

The non-profit sector has an important role in producing publicly-beneficial outcomes through data-oriented collaborations. This session will discuss public and private issues, emergent needs for data in cross-sector collaboration, and highlight opportunities to improve data acquisition to support improved practice. This session will also highlight an emerging frontier for collaboration: data collaboratives.

3:30 - 4:00PM

Break – Foyer

4:00 - 4:45PM

Breakout Sessions

Apricot Implementation Engagement for AVS & CORE

Led by: Jina Sorensen and Nicholas Iacobucci, Social Solutions

In this session you will learn about the implementation methodology associated with the installation of AVS or Apricot Core Templates. These are quick ways to get started with Apricot Software and the Templates come with forms, virtual trainings and standard reports.

ETO Legacy to TouchPoint Upgrade

Led by: Odile Swift, the Motion Picture and Television Fund; and Rob Waldhauser, Social Solutions

Intake & Engagement with Self-Service Portal for ETO and Apricot

Led by: Joel Smith, Social Solutions

Self-Service Portal’s online intake forms can save staff time and open new channels for those seeking services; other current and upcoming Portal features will keep recipients engaged both during and after programs. This session will detail that functionality and invite attendees to discuss additional online features that would engage their constituents.

Best Practices in Workforce, Panel

Panelists: Anthony Hogg, Jewish Family Services of Greater Dallas; Will Rayborn, Goodwill San Antonio; and Tim Blair, Social Solutions

Workforce best practices panelists will discuss and answer questions focusing on data collection for barriers and demographics, placements, services, and retention.

5:00 - 5:45PM

Breakout Sessions

Apricot Feedback

Led by: Joel Smith and Ashley Strain, Social Solutions

Tell us how Apricot is working for you and what you’d like to see in the coming updates!

Use Cases & Implementation Best Practices for Portal

Led by: Rob Waldhauser and James Tobey, Social Solutions

Review use cases and best practices for the new Portal feature for Apricot and ETO. This session approaches the Portal feature from the implementation perspective, or what information customers will find useful as they go in and start configuring their Portal.  This will include a demonstration of a portal set-up to allow for self-service intakes, as well as addressing other use cases that customers may find useful in configuring their Portal.

Designing the Future Vision of Apricot & ETO

Led by: Dash Herman and John Manganaro, Social Solutions

Get a behind-the-scenes look at the UX and UI design process as well as a sneak peek at some of the latest design work, currently in production, that will refresh and modernize the way customers experience our products.

Seeing the Ocean: Disrupting Data Isolation in 2019 and Beyond

Led by: Ryan Lualia-Hollon, P16 Plus San Antonio

With the ever-increasing amount of available and combinable data, data science for social good has never been more important. Join Ryan Lugalia-Hollon, Executive Director of P16 Plus in San Antonio, to learn more about navigating data-driven, cross-sector partnerships to drive community-wide impact, with real-world examples from his work with over 40 nonprofit partners as part of the Excel Beyond the Bell San Antonio initiative.

6:00 - 7:00PM

Casual Happy Hour – Meet Your Customer Advisory Board Members!

7:00AM

Breakfast – Palm Park B

8:45 - 9:45AM

Exclusive Keynote with Steve Ballmer *(All-Access Pass Required)

10:00AM - 12:00PM

All-Access Extended Conference *(All-Access Pass Required)

ETO Extended Conference (All-Access Pass Required)

Led by: Holly Huillet, Friends of the Children with John Bianchi & Scott Lamb, Treadwell

Drive even greater impact by joining superstar user Frends of the Children for a bonus hands-on deep-dive of ETO. Friends of the Children’ National Database Administration Manager, Holly Huillet, alongside John Bianchi and Scott Lamb of nonprofit consultant Treadwell, will share the story and strategies of how the organization used ETO to transform their NPO and drive invaluable results that changed the lives of employees and constituents alike.

Apricot Extended Conference (All-Access Pass Required)

Led by: Brent Schondelmeyer,  Kansas City LINC

Drive even greater impact by joining software superstar user Kansas City LINC for a bonus deep-dive of Apricot. LINC’s Brent Schondelmeyer will share the story and strategies of how the organization used Apricot to transform their NPO and drive invaluable results that changed the lives of employees and constituents alike.

12:00PM

Closing Remarks with Kristin Nimsger, CEO Social Solutions.

Apricot Extended Conference *(All-Access Pass Required)

Led by: Brent Schondelmeyer,  Kansas City LINC

Summit extended into a third day of deep-dive content built specifically for Apricot clients seeking to be software superstars. Led by an All-star Apricot client, Brent will guide users through how LINC has used Apricot to transform their NPO and drive invaluable results that have changed the lives of employees and constituents alike.

Ballmer Group Initiative, Apricot Overview

Led by: Alexis Zotalis, Social Solutions

Join this session to get the latest information on the Ballmer Initiative, and the work we are doing with the support of the Ballmer Group to help nonprofits focused on education-related programs measure outcomes and have a greater impact in their communities.

A Journey Towards Outcomes Excellence

Led by: Josh Gohlike and Maryse Sulimma, Cleveland Rape Crisis Center

Learn about Cleveland Rape Crisis Center’s evolution from a state of data-disarray, to a state of data-collection, to an outcome-oriented organization. The center will share their experiences with creating process improvements and a culture of change. Using the implementation of Case Management and Community Relationship Management systems, learn how to use Apricot to ask the right questions to solve real world problems.  

Configure Apricot for Case Management

Led by: Jeff Haguewood, Sidekick Solutions

How to configure Apricot for your Case Management needs.

Make Apricot Actionable

Led by: Jeff Haguewood, Sidekick Solutions

Learn how having a reliable task management system can make an impact on your productivity and time management.

Assessments, Scales, & Scoring

Led by: Jeff Haguewood, Sidekick Solutions

How to track progress in Apricot.

Email Marketing for NPOs

Led by: Natalie Hayes and Gloria Walker, Social Solutions

Learn how to leverage your Apricot data to aid in volunteer management and increase donor engagement through email marketing.

Intro to Apricot

Led by: Chaz Hanna, Social Solutions

Apricot 101, learn the basics of successful case management and reporting.

Apricot Form Building Do’s & Don’ts

Led by: Chaz Hanna, Social Solutions

How to create Apricot forms that allow you to get the most out of your reports.

Apricot Implementation Engagement for AVS & CORE

Led by: Jina Sorensen and Nicholas Iacobucci, Social Solutions

In this session you will learn about the implementation methodology associated with the installation of AVS or Apricot Core Templates. These are quick ways to get started with Apricot Software and the Templates come with forms, virtual trainings and standard reports.

Data Imports for Apricot 101

Led by: James Tobey, Social Solutions

In this session you will learn how to use the Data Import Feature.  This feature is very useful if you are bringing data in to Apricot from other sources.  

Intake for Apricot

Led by: Joel Smith, Social Solutions

Self-Service Portal’s online intake forms can save staff time and open new channels for those seeking services; other current and upcoming Portal features will keep recipients engaged both during and after programs. This session will detail that functionality and invite attendees to discuss additional online features that would engage their constituents.

Apricot Roadmap

Led by: Ashley Strain, Social Solutions

Be the first to hear what’s ahead for Apricot.

Apricot Feedback

Led by: Joel Smith and Ashley Strain, Social Solutions

Tell us how Apricot is working for you and what you’d like to see in the coming updates!

Apricot Reporting for Beginners

Led by: Chaz Hanna, Social Solutions

Learn the basics of Apricot reporting in this hands-on session.

Apricot Reporting for Intermediate/Advancers Users

Led by: Chaz Hanna, Social Solutions

If you’re feeling comfortable with the basics, attend this hands-on training session for more advanced reporting techniques in Apricot.

ETO Extended Conference *(All-Access Pass Required)

Led by: Holly Huillet, Friends of the Children with John Bianchi & Scott Lamb, Treadwell

Summit extended into a third day of deep-dive content built specifically for ETO clients seeking to be software superstars. Led by an outstanding ETO client, Friends of the Children, Holly, John, and Scott will guide users through how they have used ETO to transform their NPO and drive invaluable results that have changed the lives of employees and constituents alike.

Workforce Panel

Panelists: Anthony Hogg, Jewish Family Services of Greater Dallas; Will Rayborn, Goodwill San Antonio; and Tim Blair, Social Solutions

Workforce best practices panelists will discuss and answer questions focusing on data collection for barriers and demographics, placements, services, and retention.

Creating a Data-Driven Culture

Led by: Dave Shah, The Braille Institute

How to become an organization that values data to further your mission.

Transitioning to Outcomes: What, Why, & How of Demonstrating Outcomes

Led by: Ellen Brody, Center of Community Solutions San Diego

Learn how your organization can transition to using data to make client stories come to life, show the full impact of services in the lives of your participants, and share your organization’s story of success.

ETO Functions You Should Try

Led by: Scott Lamb, Treadwell

Discussion around specific ETO functions you may not be aware of, have yet to try, or are not optimizing such as: Collections, Referral Forms, Scheduling,  Approvals, Sandboxes, and more.

People Over Paper

Led by: Izzy McElroy, Social Solutions

ETO practices that allow users to be client focused including: collection design and use, creating time saving dashboard messages providing staff quick access to daily functionality, and effective dashboard parts for viewing critical participant information.

Introduction to the ETO Database Structure

Led by: Alex Smythers, Social Solutions

Look at how records such as participants, demographics, and TouchPoints are stored within the SQL Server database and discuss implications for reporting.

Building Better Touchpoints

Led by: Taylor Shriver, Social Solutions

Discuss and demonstrate quick tips and tricks when creating a new TouchPoint form.

Intake & Engagement with Self-Service Portal

Led by: Joel Smith, Social Solutions

Self-Service Portal’s online intake forms can save staff time and open new channels for those seeking services; other current and upcoming Portal features will keep recipients engaged both during and after programs. This session will detail that functionality and invite attendees to discuss additional online features that would engage their constituents.

Best Practices for Community Development Success

Led by: David Lyon, Foundation Communities

Using ETO to Improve Afterschool programming at Foundation Communities.

Intro to ETO

Led by: Val Hewitt, Social Solutions

ETO 101. Learn the basics of successful case management and reporting.

ETO Automation Bundle

Led by: Val Hewitt, Social Solutions

Learn about our ETO automation add-ons with live demos of Alerts, Workflow, and Signature Pad.

ETO Implementation Engagement (Data Import and Legacy to Touchpoint Upgrade)

Led by: Robert Waldhauser, Social Solutions

In this session you will learn how to use our Batch Upload Feature.  In addition, if you are a legacy client this session will give you a preview of the tools we are using on the backend of the database to move you from Assessment and Points of Service to Touchpoints so you can take advantage of other new features and functionality.

ETO Roadmap

Led by: Anthony Musillami, Social Solutions

Be the first to hear what’s ahead for ETO.

ETO Feedback

Led by: Joel Smith and Anthony Musillami, Social Solutions

Tell us how ETO is working for you and what you’d like to see in the coming updates!

ETO Reporting for Beginners

Led by: Strickland Bonner, Social Solutions

Learn the basics of ETO reporting in this hands-on session.

ETO Reporting for Intermediate/Advanced Users

Led by: Strickland Bonner, Social Solutions

If you’re feeling comfortable with the basics, attend this hands-on training session for more advanced reporting techniques in ETO.

*schedule subject to change

Pricing

Conference Pass

Includes all events, networking, meals, and conference sessions

$795

  • Opening Night Awards Party
  • 1 Keynote Session
  • Over 40 Hours of Conference Sessions
  • Discounted Rates at Conference Hotel

Register

All-Access Pass

Includes all events, networking, meals, and conference sessions

$1,075

  • Everything in the Conference Pass, Plus:
  • Exclusive Keynote with philanthropist, Steve Ballmer
  • 4 Hour Extended Conference on Wednesday
  • First-Pick of Breakout Sessions and Training Labs

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The Social Solutions Impact Award

You wake up every morning dedicated to improving your community and transforming lives. We think this is something worth celebrating. The Impact Award was created to recognize and honor three organizations using ETO or Apricot that have shown a proven dedication to supporting their communities, measuring their progress, and bringing their impact to life.

 

Meet our eight phenomenal Finalists!

Three deserving winners will be chosen to receive a $2,500 grant. Applications were accepted through September 24th.  What better place to announce the Impact Award winners than at the Welcome Ceremony of the Impact Summit? Join us as we celebrate the incredible work that you do every day.

Sponsors

Get your product or service in front of Impact Summit’s audience of nonprofit and social services professionals by signing up to become an official event sponsor! We have a wide range of sponsorship packages – varying in size and inclusions – designed to fit the needs of any organization.

View sponsorship opportunities and pricing details in our prospectus below.

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Current Sponsors

Treadwell

Treadwell’s team of highly experienced and technically advanced consultants provide the most comprehensive set of services for ETO Software, including project management, implementation, training, strategy, HMIS, workflow development, data migration and reporting. We have worked with thousands of nonprofits and government offices to leverage the power of ETO and ETO Results. All of Treadwell’s consultants are former Social Solutions Professional Services staff, which is why we say we have Insider Experience and Outsider Perspective. Let Treadwell help unleash the power of your users and clients today.

Sidekick Solutions

Sidekick Solutions is an independent software consulting firm and Social Solutions Certified Implementation Partner, specializing in Apricot software. We help new and existing Apricot users set up, streamline, and make the most of Apricot software with a range of professional services for implementation, reporting, consulting, data migration, and database audit/cleanup. Team up with an Apricot Sidekick and let us do the heavy lifting!

MissionBox

MissionBox is committed to a world where nonprofits no longer work in isolation but instead are empowered by mission-related gold knowledge and constituent connections and is divided into two business divisions:

The MissionBox.com Publication: MissionBox.com launched in late 2017 and provides an online, global, free education and training site for nonprofits and charities. MissionBox has over 1,000 articles on all areas of running a nonprofit with approximately 500,000 nonprofit leaders.

Engagement Communities™ Software: Engagement Communities is a robust, secure, personalized community-building software platform focused specifically on skyrocketing nonprofit and charity supporter engagement, resulting in increasing financial and people resources. Engagement Communities replaces over 13 different existing communication, document creation, management and storage, survey, forum, event, electronic approval, video and calendaring tools, improving on each product’s functionality and usability.  All these and more are offered on one easy to use and very affordable, customizable platform.

Exact Change Strategies

Exact Change Strategies is a dynamic, forward-thinking company focused on providing high-quality service and customer satisfaction. Utilizing an agile, accurate and accelerated methodology, our proven approach allows customers to create, build and realize their strategic vision. ECS’s highly skilled, creative team members bring subject matter expertise and key information into the development cycle to drive tangible ROI critical for business success. ECS’s process carefully assesses your organization’s capabilities to produce fast and agile results, shorten timelines and achieve your objectives by working directly with your team. ECS will help you execute your strategic goals, create process improvement strategies, and track progress through managing and coordinating scalability and standardization to produce comprehensive benefits and compelling, effective results. Contracted services vary greatly ranging from full custom implementations with change management strategies to responding to ad hoc report writing and data migration. ECS has been providing ETO support services to customers since 2012 and has a diverse history of working with a range of companies across the nation.

Location

Hotel Information

The Social Solutions Impact Summit will be held at the Fairmont in the heart of downtown Austin. Attendees will be in walking distance of the State Capital, University of Texas campus, and a plethora of restaurants, nightlife, and music venues that make the city an increasingly popular destination.

The Impact Summit
October 29 – 31, 2018

101 Red River St.
Austin, TX 78701