Cloud for Good announces their expansion to Europe. An office opens in the Netherlands that will provide Salesforce implementation services to nonprofits and higher education institutions.
Nonprofit drip programs shouldn’t feel overwhelming. In fact, your first nonprofit drip program can be very simple. Let us help guide you through this process and provide you with a starting point.
Cloud for Good placed 25th on the 2017 CRN Fast Growth 150 List. This list recognizes thriving solution providers in the IT Channel.
Have you noticed the seagulls in your Salesforce org? It’s time for the Salesforce Summer ’17 Release and we have highlighted some of the features we are excited about in this post.
Obtaining your Salesforce certification can become a reality. We have tips to help you become certified on a nonprofit budget.
Chatter is a social networking tool that lives inside Salesforce and helps people collaborate with colleagues. Here are some ideas for how you can start using Chatter at your organization.
Computerworld announces Cloud for Good as a 2017 Best Places to Work in IT, one of 100 top organizations that challenge their IT staffs while providing great benefits and compensation. Cloud for Good was ranked Number 4 on the list of Small Best Places to Work in IT.
In the case of email opting-in, it pays to hold off on pre-checking any opt-in actions. The theory behind this restraint is that constituents should take some affirmative step (or multiple steps) to indicate that they want to receive your communication.
On May 31, 2017 our VP of Operations, Will Nourse, will be speaking at the Salesforce World Tour in Boston. Two of our clients, Citizens Schools and Harvard University, will be presenting as well.
EY today announced that Tal Frankfurt, Founder and CEO of Cloud for Good is a finalist for the Entrepreneur Of The Year® 2017 Award in the Southeast. The awards program recognizes entrepreneurs who are excelling in areas such as innovation, financial performance and personal commitment to their businesses and communities.