Data Helps the Mission

Nonprofit organizations face the same technical challenges as private institutions but are often constrained by limited resources and funding. Splunk® can help you achieve operational efficiency from your IT systems so you can better serve your constituents and community.

Splunk encourages its partners, users, employees and fellow global citizens to inspire, participate in and lead social change. Learn more about the Splunk Pledge and how your favorite cause can make a big difference with big data.

Download and install Splunk software for free and start analyzing data in minutes. We offer special licensing options for certain nonprofit organizations.

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Royal Flying Doctor Service, an Australian nonprofit that transports medical personnel to remote locations, initially used Splunk to track aircraft flown for missions. They are now using Splunk to monitor in-flight medicine and vaccine temperatures, as well as to provide real-time flight updates to their donors.

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Why Splunk for Nonprofits?

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Operating Efficiency

Make the most of your IT investment by ensuring your systems and applications are running at peak performance by analyzing machine data with Splunk software.
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Security and Compliance

Ensure your organization maintains its nonprofit status by demonstrating compliance with multiple regulations, standards and grant requirements through log aggregation with Splunk software.
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Real-Time Insights

Gain a better understanding of how donors and constituents navigate through your website to access services.
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Rapid Time to Value

Unlike many traditional enterprise software solutions, you can try Splunk for free and install it in minutes.

Global Emancipation Network

Splunk supports the Global Emancipation Network (GEN) to use data analytics and intelligence to fight against human trafficking and exploitation.To learn more about the $100 million Splunk Pledge, visit: splunk.com/pledge.

To learn more about GEN, visit GlobalEmancipation.com


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