Presentation apps for non-profit organizations help nonprofits manage events, campaign donations, and project outcomes. Presentation apps include a mobile interface to display key performance indicators (KPIs) or fundraising goals for a specific event, such as a fundraiser gala or an annual charity walk. They also provide tools to track progress towards those KPI or goal levels throughout the duration of the event.
Technology is an increasingly important part of the non-profit sector, and presentation apps are one of the most popular types of business apps for the non-profit sector. Q&A apps, event planning apps, and digital asset management apps are all closely related app types.
An app that lets the user create a slideshow of pictures/videos/music that will tell their story. A QR code is generated and then users have the option to purchase a physical laser-engraved QR code.
A presentation app can grow by creating a community of early adopters. A presentation app should be able to demonstrate its value to those who are highly active in the non-profit sector, so it might create a social platform for users to share files and connect with others. The app should also help users create great presentations within a rich collaborative environment. In order to meet the needs of early adopters, a presentation app may have to offer features that are not yet available on other platforms.
A presentation app for non-profits faces legal and security risks related to the unauthorized use of copyrighted material. It is recommended that presentation apps check for copyrighted material in all uploaded content and provide means to verify the original creators of the content, whether that's through embedding metadata or other means. It is also advisable that presentation apps provide a mechanism for reporting abuse and misuse of the platform.