Webinar: Socialsuite Community Launch

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Socialsuite’s Maya Romic demonstrated Socialsuite’s custom built module for child and family services on October 10th 2017. The webinar provides an introduction to Socialsuite, expands on how the module has been designed to measure and report on outcomes for child and family services, and meet reporting requirements set by government funders. Start measuring your outcomes today with Socialsuite Community. Contact … Read More

Think Outcomes 2017 – 3 Key Takeaways

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The Centre for Social Impact’s (CSI) ThinkOutcomes 2017 conference recently took place in Sydney, with a focus on getting back to basics. A who’s-who of guest speakers and panelists discussed their experiences throughout their journeys and provided great insight into the challenges and benefits of social outcomes measurement. Following each presentation a stimulating discussion took place, allowing new and experienced … Read More

Innovation for a Stronger Community: Third Sector Conference Review

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A review of the Third Sector Conference on Aug 18-19th, 2016 Sydney Australia By Steve Ward, Socialsuite The Third Sector Expo conference entitled “Innovation for a Stronger Community” was one of the best conferences I have attended for a long while. The conference had a star-studded line-up of sector experts with a sprinkling of young, tech-savvy innovators, all with varying … Read More

Think Outcomes 2016 Post-Event Recap

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Think Outcomes 2016 was held over April 12th and 13th in Melbourne and Socialsuite was proud to be sponsors again this year. The event allowed the social sector to come together and share their ideas and exchange perspectives on recent advancements and innovations within the outcomes measurement space. The Think Outcomes 2016 keynote address was presented by Dr. Don Watson, … Read More

Interactive SIMNA Learning Event: Using Technology in Social Impact Measurement

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Last month, Social Impact Measurement Network Australia (SIMNA) facilitated an interactive learning event “Data and Dashboards: How can Technology Improve Social Impact Measurement?”. This event stimulated discussions around use of technology in streamlining and adding rigor to social outcomes measurement. On the panel were SIMNA’s Ross Wyatt, Mick Cronin manager of the YMCA Victoria Bridge Project (Winner of the 2014 SIMNA Awards for Innovation … Read More

2015: Is Everyone Measuring Social Outcomes?

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Socialsuite recently attended the 2015 Measuring Social Outcomes Conference and gala dinner for the 2nd Annual Impact Measurement Awards. The two-day conference brought together philanthropic, corporate, government and not-for-profit representatives. The conference was interactive and provided great networking opportunities across the different industry sectors. It was apparent that social outcomes measurement is now more recognised and widely adopted compared to where it was 12 months ago, but there is … Read More

YMCA Victoria selected as Finalist in Impact Measurement Award

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We are pleased to announce that YMCA Victoria (a user of the Socialsuite technology) has been selected as a finalist for Achievements in Impact Measurement by a Not-for-Profit Organisation in the 2015 “Measuring Social Outcomes” awards. The winner will be announced at an awards dinner in Sydney this month. YMCA Victoria adopted Social Impact Measurement as one of their key … Read More

2014 Think Outcomes Conference

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In November, Socialsuite attended the 2014 Think Outcomes conference presented by the Centre for Social Impact, ARACY and the Social Impact Measurement Network Australia (SIMNA). The two-day forum was set against Darling Harbour’s scenic backdrop. The selection of conference speakers, panels and content for the breakout sessions was expertly curated. There was something for everyone – from interested observers, earnest … Read More