If you are not familiar with Dreamforce, it is the annual Salesforce conference in San Francisco and it’s kind of a big deal. This year, we decided to send the entire Cloud for Good team (or at least everyone who can make the trip) to Dreamforce. This post includes our top 7 reasons for sending the whole team.
Cloud for Good has nominated its founder and CEO, Tal Frankfurt, to the Salesforce Foundation Nonprofit Starter Pack Advisory Board. Please vote for him today.
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You need a partner who will be here for you today but who will continue to grow as you do. They need to be easy on the eyes for sure, but where you are in your life right now, it’s much more important that they have substance to back up their style. After seeing what Salesforce has to offer a nonprofit like you, you’re going to want to swipe right for Salesforce.
What would happen to a nonprofit that uses Salesforce and loses donor information or program evaluation data? At best, it would mean a loss of team productivity in the scramble to recreate data from the Weekly Export. And at worst, it might harm the nonprofit’s reputation and ability to fulfill its mission.
Cloud for Good today was Reviewed by its employees and Great Place to Work®. The Review highlights what makes its workplace culture great in areas like professional development and training, company atmosphere, benefits and rewards among others, and can be seen here.
I encourage everyone to take a certification exam. They are not only a stamp in your Salesforce passport, but they expose you to parts of Salesforce that you never even knew existed. They make you a better user, a better administrator, a better developer and, let’s face it, a better human being.
Connections just wrapped up in New York, and by far this was the best showing of the whole Marketing Cloud to the public. Click here to find out more about how the Marketing Cloud can go to work for your nonprofit!
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It is common for nonprofit organizations to receive gifts from donors made through third-party organizations. These third party organizations might be the United Way, a community or family foundation, or a donor-advised fund. What is less common is a standard way of handling these kinds of donations.