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A good while ago, I wrote about how the last iPhone I would use is the iPhone 6. That turned out to be sooner than I thought when one faithful Sunday afternoon, after church, I dropped my iPhone.
While outside talking to my mother on the church parking lot, I accidentally dropped my iPhone 6 on the concrete. The cheap little iPhone 6 case was no match for the abrasive impact as my iPhone 6 screen shattered.
I thought that the screen was the only thing damaged, but I would later find out that the phone’s basic functions are also messed up too.
Quietly powering many churches in America, Church Management Systems (ChMS) impose opportunities and limitations. Recent acquisitions and mergers between the largest industry players have led to an increasingly closed environment. As for-profit organizations, they are locking into profitable and even exclusive agreements with debit/credit card processing partners in the pursuit for increased revenues. This all comes with a price tag of higher costs and lower innovation. At the mercy of the quickly consolidating world of deep-pocket vendors and for-profit secular companies, churches are drowning under the industry’s bottom line. [Read more…] about Innovation or Profitability: Which Should Determine The Future of Church Technology?
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