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Ellipsis Partners provides internet and technology strategy consulting to the non-profit community. Our consultants help associations, foundations and leagues assess technology options and make smart decisions. We can help your organization assess your markets, upgrade your web strategy, and implement enterprise-wide solutions.

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It was great to meet everyone at the 2013 ASAE Technology Conference, and thank you to everyone who stopped by our booth in the Expo Hall.

Congratulations to the three winners of the $100 gift certificates to local area restaurants:

Thomas Mathers
National Customs Brokers & Forwarders Association of America

Jessica Ek
American Nurses Association

Sonjya Johnson
American College of Osteopathic Surgeons

recent clients

Crow CanyonMoira visited the wonderful folk at Crow Canyon Archaeological Center as part of their Information Architecture redesign.

Ellipsis Partners helped the Colorado Municipal League (CML) assess several strategic technology options for its new social media endeavors.  With the strategic direction in place, CML has retained Ellipsis Partners to guide them though the planning and implementation of the new social media components and platform.

Ellipsis Partners is working with the Philadelphia-based Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates (ECFMG) to develop a business-focused technology strategy for new online services for international medical schools and students. 





With over 26.2 million teleworkers in the U.S., the virtual workforce is expected to grow substantially in coming years. Given this surge in home-based employees, how can organizations arm themselves with the right approach and technologies to ensure their virtual teams are contributing fully?

Moira Edwards from Ellipsis Partners and Shani Bagley from the American Coalition for Clean Coal Electricity spoke at the 2013 ASAE Technology Conference and Expo on the topic Trusting the Contributions of your Virtual Workforce: Lessons from Real Life.

Thank you to everyone who supported the research on working remotely by completing the survey.  You can download the survey results and the slides from our ASAE session here.

If you have any questions about the data or the slides, please contact Moira at medwards@ellipsispartners.com

Trusting Your Virtual Workforce (PDF)

Survey Results (PDF)