Microsoft’s commitment to open source computing is at the core of our approach to common data models and accelerators that drive out of the box functionality through sample apps, data standards, and templates for ISVs to develop on Microsoft Business Applications, Dynamics 365, and the Power Platform. Sector standards and improved time to value are key for nonprofit organizations that often have limited IT budgets and must demonstrate programmatic impact to donors and grantors. We go deep on the CDM and Accelerator momentum in the not-for-profit sector, discovering why over 60+ partners are betting on the CDM including existing Microsoft partners like Avanade as well as new partners like Blackbaud, Classy, Fluxx, and threshold.org; and why nonprofits are looking to the Accelerators to help them drive greater impact around the world through program impact measurement and constituent management.
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