We all know that managing matching gifts can be a frustrating process for nonprofits, but it is becoming a far simpler and more worthwhile endeavor. The new version of NPSP offers great features for tracking these gifts, and nonprofits are given a new tool in managing this potential revenue stream. In this blog post I will go over how to access and then leverage this feature!
The Salesforce World Tour is in Washington, DC on Thursday, April 28. There are many great sessions for nonprofits. We look forward to seeing you there!
Congregation Connect, a Salesforce AppExchange application developed by Cloud for Good, helps faith based organizations manage their congregations. It leverages the Salesforce platform to manage all of their constituent data.
The newest update of Marketing Cloud Connect allows organizations to seamlessly connect their constituent data from Salesforce CRM with the communication, automation, and analytics tools in Salesforce Marketing Cloud.
Integration is when your cloud apps can seamlessly share data between each other. When this happens, there is no need to log in and out of different cloud apps or to copy information manually from your CRM (like Salesforce) to your accounting app (like Intacct or Quickbooks). There are a lot of cloud apps and services that offer "integration" but there are a few nonprofit specific points that must be met by the service in order to yield a fully functioning ecosystem.
Does your nonprofit have a wish list of things they need donated? If you do then you’ll want to keep reading. It’s time to set up an Amazon Wish List for your organization.
Asheville, NC, April 8, 2016 – Cloud for Good (www.cloud4good.com), a leading cloud technology consulting firm for nonprofit organizations and higher... Learn More »
Salesforce.org recently released a new tool for colleges and universities, the Higher Education Data Architecture (HEDA) package. HEDA aims to offer a core architecture package for managing common relationship data across the student lifecycle, including institutional and departmental affiliations, interpersonal relationships, and course enrollments.
The Salesforce World Tour is rolling into Boston, Massachusetts next week on April 7, and several of our team members... Learn More »
If you were drawn to this article, you likely have a little bundle of cloud-based joy on the way. Congratulations! After a few months of preparation, you’re going to have a new system in your life that will bring you years of joy (or, at the very least, productivity) for years to come. But before the big day comes, there are a few things we should talk about.