Capgemini, a technology services and business consultancy company, has partnered with the HandsOn Tech initiative at HandsOn Suburban Chicago, an organization dedicated to inspire, equip, and mobilize people to volunteer and take action that builds vibrant and prosperous communities.
“HandsOn Tech Chicago works to transform how nonprofits in the Chicago area use and embrace technology,” said Danielle Martinak, Senior Supply Chain Planning Consultant at Capgemini. “Their mission is to increase the nonprofit sector’s use of technology to build community resources and ultimately improve outcomes for low-income communities and families. HandsOn Tech’s mission is close to our hearts because that’s what we do here at Capgemini – improving corporations’ efficiency by enabling them with technology.”
“We primarily utilized Capgemini employees as nonprofit technology consultants and worked with them to conduct free technology assessments for Chicagoland nonprofits,” said Aaron Wasserman-Olin, Tech Manager/IT Consultant HandsOn Suburban Chicago. “The employees were able to lend a great deal of experience and expertise from their tech consulting backgrounds to numerous small nonprofits helping to fight poverty in their own communities.”