Guidelines & Principles E-Learning Series
Information Technology
P&L Technology
July 25, 2014

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About this Session

Information technology is central to the success of nonprofits and the infrastructure we build and invest in determines how we work, communicate and carry out our missions. Join IT experts from P&L Technology to discuss these important issues and receive recommendations on platforms and processes:

  • We have tight budgets. How do we make the most of what we have so it will last?
  • How do we incorporate the technology aspect in our organizational planning?
  • What can go wrong and what are ways around the potential threats to productivity/data storage?
  • What are some practical solutions to addressing these challenges?




DREW EMBURY was a cofounder of P&L Technology in 2004 where he sets the technology direction for the company, works on business development, and also leads the operations of the company. The company has received numerous local and national awards, including a three time member of Inc. Magazine's Inc. 5000 List of fastest growing businesses in the US.

Drew has a bachelor's degree from Nebraska Wesleyan University where he studied computer science and business administration. Drew also completed the Entrepreneurial Master's Program, a three year program held at MIT in Boston, MA.

In 2008, Drew was selected as the Midlands Business Journal's Young Business Person of the Year award which recognized Drew in his successes in building P&L Technology to one of Omaha's leading technology firms in their space.

JAKE MOLKO joined P&L Technology in 2010 and currently acts as a senior solutions engineer and trusted technology consultant. Jake is a Microsoft Certified Professional with over 10 years of IT experience in small business, education, and government arenas. Combining his technical background with a business-centered approach, Jake consults with small business leaders from multiple industries to design and implement affordable and effective IT strategies and products.

Jake holds a bachelor's degree from Nebraska Wesleyan University where he studied information systems and business administration. Jake also holds a Master of Business Administration degree from the University of Nebraska at Lincoln.

Jake has contributed IT-focused material to the Midlands Business Journal and other publications, and has been a featured panelist at several professional association meetings.


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