This is a continuation of a series we started in August, highlighting each of our valued complementary service partners who bring expertise to nonprofit organizations in the areas of fundraising consulting, payment gateway processing, tech support, and more. The first partner highlighted was Sarah Suemnig, CFRE.
This month I would like to introduce you to a company called Backpack Tactics.
Backpack Tactics was started by Joel Barker and Brian Roemen to help small businesses and nonprofits enhance their success through technology. With over 25 years experience combined, the co-founders and their technicians help clients with a variety of technology needs including:
- Google Apps
- Database conversion
- Application repair and set up
- Cloud computing services and conversions
- Data backup, virus removal
- and more!
Joel Barker was also one of the instructors of thedatabank’s six month Dynamic Fundraising Course in 2010. This is what Joel had to say about his experience partnering with thedatabank:
“Our team first became familiar with thedatabank when working with an early client. Their customer service helped them stand out, they immediately answered any questions we had when making a complete system change for the client. We appreciate knowing who to call with questions and having confidence they care about the needs of their clients.”
You can also see Backpack Tactics’ guest posts on the Technology for Change blog: Getting the Most Out of Your Upcoming Nonprofit Conferences by Joel Barker and Going Google: Is Google Right for My Nonprofit? by Brian Roemen.