NTEN: The Nonprofit Technology Enterprise Network is an international nonprofit organization based in the United States. Founded in 2000, NTEN is primarily a community for those interested in the use of technology to support nonprofit organizations and issues. Its major activity is an annual international conference, called the Nonprofit Technology Conference, for nonprofit organizations, IT staff, consultants, and technology vendors. It also hosts various virtual and regional events throughout the year.
NTEN: Nonprofit Technology Network talks about Google Apps - Katrin Verclas, Executive Director of NTEN, a network for non-profit technology professionals, talks about using Google Apps in her organization. To find out about Google Apps and nonprofits,...
NTEN is the trade association for nonprofit technology assistance providers. Described in the Nonprofit Quarterly as "One of the more recent and potentially powerful networks evolving in the nonprofit technology-assistance scene", NTEN provides forums for people involved in nonprofit technology, acts as a conduit for connecting journalists and researchers with nonprofit technology practitioners, makes technology information and resources available to organizations and undertakes research for the sector. N-Ten also runs the annual Nonprofit Technology Conference (NTC) in the USA as well as co-hosting other events, including the first Circuit Rider Conference in the UK.
NTEN hosts an annual Nonprofit Technology Conference in the US. Attracting attendance from over 2000 participants in 2011.
- Nonprofit technology
- 501 Tech Clubs
- Circuit rider (Technology)
- Community of practice