Fundraisers and accountants have different views at times. Salesforce can help solve the seven most common complaints from accountants and we explain how in this post.
Adoption can be a challenge for some organizations. Here are some tips to help you increase it!
The new year is always a time to resolve to do better, try harder, and move farther toward your goals, but we all know keeping your New Year’s resolution is easier said than done. With that said, we encourage you to make some professional resolutions you’re sure to keep in 2017.
#GivingTuesday, one of the biggest fundraising days of the year, is coming up. This post contains tips to avoid fraud on #GivingTuesday and throughout the year.
The best things in life aren’t free. Ultimately, your organization should be making its decisions based on Total Cost of Ownership and relative value for that cost.
The key to the success of your Salesforce implementation is moderation and this is especially true when it comes to custom object creation. Even if an out of the box (OOB) function of Salesforce or NPSP doesn’t fit your business process exactly, you do not necessarily need to create an entirely new object.
When there’s more than one way to get something done, how do you make the best choice? Consistency is the key. If you’ve used Salesforce for a while, you probably know that for any given problem there are multiple ways to solve it. Remember to be consistent.
You’re ready for the data migration, but now it’s time to manage the data freeze. Here are some tips to work through shutting down your old system and starting up your new system.
Whether you’re a tiny 2-person shop that provides lunch for the homeless, or a 30-staffed water safety watchdog growing from local to statewide in scope, Salesforce may be just what you need. It allows you to harness technology to do your jobs better and more efficiently.
The #BestTeamEver has been busy this year writing blog posts to share information with nonprofits and within the Salesforce ecosystem. Today, we want to share 11 blog posts from the first part of the year that deserve a second (or first) read.