Eric Rogers, Chicago Architecture Center
Most of the more advanced databases serving nonprofits are quite expensive and rather rigid in their structure. In this case study, hear how the Open House Chicago team used Airtable to create a streamlined database entirely customized to support the project’s established workflow and data management needs. With a little elbow grease, this custom approach is actually quite doable, even for group’s with novice computer skills—and much more affordable! The content in this session easily transfers to other complex initiatives or customer tracking needs your organization may have.