The Aloha United Way Community Building department uses e-CImpact as its primary interface with all funded agencies. Over the past three years we have moved all of those interactions online and now enjoy a paperless system. That alone creates significant savings; however, when faced with budget decreases as a result of the current recession, Aloha United Way was able to reduce staffing by one full time equivalent without any reduction in services because of the streamlined processes e-CImpact allowed. This reduction resulted in a savings of approximately $60,000 in salary and benefits.
Norm Baker, VP, Community Building
Aloha United Way, Honolulu, HI