In our third installment of our CRM Options for Enterprise Nonprofits webinar series, Heller and representatives from Blackbaud showcased the features and benefits of Blackbaud’s CRM Solutions. We hope this series helps organizations learn more about today’s CRM solution marketplace so they can overcome the obstacles preventing them from adopting new technology.
Join us Wednesday, August 30 for the fourth installment in our “CRM Options for Enterprise Nonprofits” series focused on effective CRM strategies and technology options for enterprise nonprofits. In this webinar Heller Consulting’s Vice President of Professional Services Smita Vadakekalam will provide proven CRM best practices based on her years of experience advising and leading organizations on their CRM journeys.
In the last few years, a prominent theme in the nonprofit technology sector–and the Salesforce space in particular–has been the concept of “disruptive technology”. But what does this really mean, and how does it impact the way nonprofits function and approach technology innovation?
For over 30 years, Blackbaud’s CRM solutions have helped nonprofit organizations raise more money and build lifelong support with their constituents. If fact, with over 28,000 active clients, Blackbaud is a household name, with few in the nonprofit industry who haven’t worked with one or more of their products. On August 8, nonprofit experts from Blackbaud will join Heller Consulting in a free webinar to share their solutions designed to power social good.
As our world becomes more digitally connected, nonprofit and Higher Ed constituents are faced with an increasing quantity of messages coming from multiple channels. Emails, social feeds, and ads across the internet are all becoming customizable to individual preferences. While ‘being known’ was once a unique customer service experience, constituents have come to expect highly relevant, personalized content and quick, simple interactions with organizations. They receive this from corporate brands, so why should the nonprofit they support be any different? Organizations that deliver an integrated multi-channel experience are already benefiting from the deeper and more rewarding relationships they are building.
On June 27, Salesforce.org and Keith Heller presented the second installment of our CRM Options for Enterprise Nonprofits webinar series, showing the features and benefits of Salesforce.org’s Nonprofit Success Pack. This series is designed to help organizations learn more about today’s CRM solution marketplace. We also hope to help organizations understand and overcome common obstacles preventing them from adopting new technology.
View the video below to learn about Salesforce.org’s Nonprofit Success Pack (NPSP), a solution currently used by thousands of nonprofits of all shapes and sizes. Built on the flexible and customizable Salesforce Platform, NPSP provides the foundation for organizations to engage their constituents, streamline their programs, take their fundraising to the next level and ultimately, achieve their mission. Salesforce.org is committed to helping nonprofits drive greater impact by connecting everything they do.
This is a question I’ve wrestled with many times. Through years of implementation projects with every size nonprofit, I’ve seen how important it is to invest in change management efforts. And in every project, the one question that always comes up is: How do we justify the cost of these efforts? Where does the budget for this come from?
On May 23, Keith Heller presented the introduction to CRM Options for Enterprise Nonprofits webinar series. This series is designed to help organizations learn more about today’s CRM solution marketplace. We also hope to help organizations understand and overcome common obstacles preventing them from adopting new technology.
In case it isn’t clear from our posts and resources, we’re CRM superfans at Heller Consulting. We’ve lived and breathed donor management and constituent engagement for over two decades, and we’re still fascinated by the strategies and tools that enable stronger relationship building. After years of sharing our experience with our clients, we realized leadership at enterprise nonprofit organizations needed a way to share their own perspectives directly with their peers. With this simple spark, the CRM Innovator Forum was born.