At Cloud for Good it has been exciting to work with clients to help them envision what they can do with communities, make those visions a reality, and see the very real impact they have on the groups and areas they serve.
Cloud for Good Ranks No. 1182 on the 2016 Inc. 5000 List with three year sales growth of 329%. Cloud for Good continues to grow substantially year-over-year, for the third year in a row we are the fastest growing Salesforce.Org partner on the list. This success would not be possible without our loyal client base and the dedicated efforts of the entire Cloud for Good team. We are committed to continue delivering transformative technology solutions to help our clients create a positive change in the world.
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 Site Guest User is a special type of user that you use in conjunction with a Force.com site or any application that utilizes a Force.com site. Some examples of this are event management applications, donation applications, volunteer applications, etc. The Site Guest User allows for those external constituents who are registering for an event, making a donation, signing up to volunteer to commit data into your system, essentially making the "sync" of data possible.
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.
Cloud for Good was certified as a great workplace today by the independent analysts at Great Place to Work®. Cloud for Good (www.cloud4good.com) earned this credential based on extensive evaluation of its programs and practices and ratings provided by its employees in anonymous surveys. A summary of these ratings can be found here.
Nonprofits are great at vision. It’s a strength of mission-driven organizations: picturing a better future comes naturally to the people... Learn More »
For all the variety in the programs human services organizations have, there are a few semi-universal constants that they typically have in common that can have implications for your CRM implementation. Before your organization gets started implementing Salesforce, there are some key points you might want to consider.
Creating a new, custom record type for everything is a mistake. Learn more about how to maximize your Salesforce investment while customizing only what you need.
Fear is a powerful thing. The fear of failure is something that most people struggle with because nobody wants to fail. Learn how the fear of failure can impact your fundraising efforts in this post.