Dreamforce is coming soon! Members of the Cloud for Good team will be speaking this year. Find out where we’ll be and let us know if you’ll be there this year, too.
Relationships as a general idea are fundamental to Salesforce. After all, Salesforce is a CRM – or constituent relationship management – tool. Let’s explore how to track individual and organizational relationships with the Nonprofit Success Pack.
The Cloud for Good Netherlands team attended the first NPSP Sprint in London in September. The team shared their knowledge with others and learned from the participants who were involved in the two day event.
There are many ways to categorize your data. After you understand how you’d like to categorize your constituents, the next step is thinking about how to define these categories with data.
The Salesforce Lead standard object holds records representing individual people, typically as part of a sales process in the B2B (business-to-business) model. Using the Leads object allows a data model to segregate certain individuals from Contact records. We explore the pros and cons for your nonprofit.
Writing strong, concise survey questions will get you the data that you need. We’ve shared some best practices for collecting information from your constituents.
There are many tools out there to assist with data cleanup and it’s not always easy to know which one to choose. We have explored several tools that may be right for your organization in this post.
Customizing Salesforce’s Lightning Experience is more involved than just changing page layouts, but it’s also more powerful. We share five tips to help you customize the Lightning Experience.
In the face of a more competitive and increasingly diverse recruitment pool, it’s important for higher education institutions to leverage recruitment data and analytics to identify new populations of prospects to nurture – an excellent use case for CRM tools like Salesforce.
Women in Tech (WIT) and Salesforce are helping more women go after technology focused careers. One of our Goodies shares her story with WIT and the difference it has made in her life.