Case study: Amnesty International

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When stakes are high, you don’t have time to be bogged down by inefficient workflows or tedious administrative work. Many nonprofits face these challenges every day; Amnesty International, the largest grassroots human rights organization in the world, is no different. A key to a successful campaign is to be able to tell (and update) stories quickly, but to ensure the accuracy and impartiality that defines the organization’s work.

“We can easily reference the work we’ve already done, and build on that so there’s no delay or friction in us communicating out what the next step is for our activists,” says Shiloh Stark, Amnesty International USA’s senior director of online growth and cultivation. “iMeet Central is the critical organizational tool that our department uses to organize this work.”

Stark credits iMeet Central with eliminating unnecessary delays in the approvals process, connecting stakeholders and experts around the globe, saving hours previously devoted to chasing after updates or digging through inboxes.

Read the full case study to learn:

  • How iMeet Central facilitates seamless collaboration across the globe for Amnesty stakeholders
  • The advantages of saying farewell to VPNs, shared network drives and unorganized inboxes
  • How shared workspaces can improve the way you work with your vendors
  • How Amnesty International calculates “the math of wasted time” and measures the ROI of collaboration
Post by Adam McKibbin

Adam McKibbin is the content marketing manager for iMeet Central. His writing has been featured in Adweek, the Chicago Tribune and The Nation, and he’s produced content for some of the leading tech brands on the Fortune 500.