PagerDuty for Nonprofits
In today’s digital economy, seconds matter. Nowhere does that ring more true than for mission-driven organizations, where seconds are a matter of life and death, and where service reliability can make or break access to suicide and safety hotlines, disaster relief, time-critical healthcare, food stamps, and more. That’s where real-time operations comes in.TRY NOW CONTACT US
Deliver on your mission in real time, all the time
Today, nonprofit teams must deliver on their missions and ensure access to critical technology-enabled services around the clock, but can be heavily constrained by tight resources. Mission-driven organizations need a flexible, out-of-the-box solution for critical, real-time response across DevOps, Security, Comms, and more.
Real-time Operations for Good
"As a result of using PagerDuty, our IT team’s incident escalation and response process is reduced by roughly one hour for every urgent issue. Those vital minutes that we get back translate into an additional 10 human trafficking victims who we are able to serve each month."
Chief Operating Officer, Polaris
Taking Real-Time Action with PagerDuty to Prevent Human Trafficking
Polaris uses PagerDuty’s Live Call Routing and Modern Incident Response to prevent any technical glitches that could delay advocates from being able to quickly connect human trafficking victims with critical services.
How Real-Time Operations Powers Nonprofits
Unique Benefits & Pricing
Nonprofit organizations receive special, discounted licensing through our Impact Pricing program, as well as complimentary access to industry-leading events.
Live call routing forwards calls to on-call staff, and IT and cross-functional stakeholders are automatically aligned to do what’s right for constituents.
Ease of Use & Extensibility
300+ self-service integrations as well as open API’s ensure rapid time-to-value, with out-of-the-box access and actionability of all your data
Community for Best Practices & Learning
Take advantage of customized learning programs for nonprofits, and arm your team with incident response practices based on NIMS/ICS standards.