TNB Roundtable: Can Appmaker Help You? A Free Database Tool from Google


TNB Roundtable: Can Appmaker Help You? A Free Database Tool from Google

Event Presenter: 
Tech Networks of Boston

Friday, October 20
10:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

Tech Networks of Boston (TNB) is pleased to invite nonprofit professionals to a Roundtable session sponsored by the Data Collaborative on how nonprofits can use a new free tool from Google called AppMaker. Our featured guest will be Eric Segal, president of the Data Collaborative.

Here is what Eric says about this session:

Google is releasing a new, free database application, and this TNB Roundtable will help you figure out if it can be useful to your organization.    

  •  Do you have an Access database you need to get away from?
  •  Do you have data that is sitting on someone’s computer when it really needs to be available online?
  •  Are you tired of spending a lot of money on Salesforce consultants?
  •  Do you have an unusual program, and you do you need to figure out how to store its data?

 If you answered yes to any of those questions, this workshop is for you.

Here’s a little more about our sponsor:

Eric Segal worked in the anti-poverty field for 12 years, including 6 years as Executive Director of ARCH. Then the nerd part of his brain took over and he founded the Data Collaborative, which has been providing data solutions to non-profits and for-profits since 2005.

The Data Collaborative is a dedicated group of technology pros who develop mission-critical software solutions to enter, store, and analyze data. They believe in providing exceptional database services that allow clients to effortlessly store, manage and report on the vital details that make their organization successful.