Krafted Solutions offers IT consulting to non profits and small businesses so that you can focus on more important things.
In today’s increasingly computer-assisted world, we all have to deal with technology. And non profits are no exception. Along with all your other tasks, you may be maintaining a website, backing up your files, managing email accounts, and navigating the world of Facebook, Twitter and YouTube. Making the right technology choices takes time – a commodity in short supply – and experience. Especially since technology evolves so rapidly.
Our mission at Krafted Solutions is to free you from those additional responsibilities, so that you can focus on helping those your non profit is dedicated to serving. We support you, while you support others. Whether you need to develop an overall IT strategy for your organization, or have an immediate need to choose an email client or a web host, we’re there to share the knowledge and experience we’ve gained over years of supporting values-based organizations.
We’ve worked with numerous non profits and values-based companies in the Vancouver Lower Mainland area, as well as further afield. Some have only a few staff members; some have nearly 100. They include legal advocacy groups, senior services, organizations focused on health issues, family services and employment services. Some
are growing a working IT system to the next level; others are starting from scratch.
What can you expect working with us?
Whenever you need us… and only when you need us.
In 2012, PeerNetBC was preparing to move to a new location, and staff would be working from home for an interim period. They contacted Krafted Solutions to help them reconfigure their IT system to support telecommuting.
The Association of Ontario Midwives was experiencing rapid growth and needed guidance on how to collaborate more effectively. They sought assistance from Krafted Solutions to develop a framework to support the long-term information technology (IT) needs of their growing association.
The Simon Fraser Society for Community Living was struggling to manage a mounting number of IT issues across multiple locations, as their IT systems had grown haphazardly and they were receiving inadequate IT support. At a crossroads, and wondering how to support their staff more effectively, SFSCL sought assistance from Krafted Solutions.