Salesforce Analytics (reports and dashboards) are awesome tools to help you view and work with your data, as well as present your data to your supporters. There is a LOT you can do with Salesforce Analytics right out of the gate. Learn more in this post.
Content Builder is Marketing Cloud’s new cross-channel content app. It’s been in beta for over a year and it will be fully released this July. If you’re using Marketing Cloud today, you’ll definitely want to check out Content Builder!
Cloud for Good announces it's Customer for Life Program, as a way of thanking our customers (past and present) for their ongoing support. This program will consist of webinars that are only available to our customer base.
Registration for Dreamforce 2016 is now open! Take advantage of the discounted registration rate for nonprofits and higher education institution.! Learn, network, and develop your Salesforce career at Dreamforce.
The Salesforce Analytics Cloud (aka Wave) is a strong contender for organizations that are already using Salesforce for some aspect of running their business. Wave allows organizations to pre-define dashboards and reports (called Lenses) based on data contained within Salesforce and imported from other systems, but it's real power is that those tools aren't static; users can drill into the data in different ways in order to answer different questions about how their business is doing.
At first glance, Pardot may not seem to be the best solution for us nonprofiters – BUT IT IS! We will debunk the myth of Pardot simply being best for B2Bs and share our insights that Pardot can be perfect for your nonprofit.
Through my work as a Salesforce consultant I believe there are three key levels or “energy states” an organization can potentially occupy. They run from low-adoption, low-efficiency, up to high adoption and high efficiency. A key indicator of where your organization might be revolves around the use of reports. Let’s explore that a bit and learn more about these three states.
It's time for data validation. Here are some tips and tricks to making sure that you get your data looking exactly like you want it.
Data is a nonprofits best friend and should be treated as one of it's most powerful tools. Consider the information your organization may be recording on its donors, constituents, and programs. It is easy to understand that the data must be of the highest quality in order for it to be used effectively and lead to measurable success and growth. However, data entry is often a tedious job; left as a side thought to the other work that needs to get done.
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!