Salesforce is one of the most flexible and powerful web based databases available on the market. Almost 140,000 companies and 14,000 nonprofit organizations have already discovered the results Salesforce.com can deliver.
The nonprofit edition of Salesforce is a great starting point for many nonprofits looking to track constituents, partners, donors, donations, activities, volunteers, and cases. Best of all, the platform software licenses are free for many nonprofits. The Salesforce Foundation donates up to 10 free licenses to each nonprofit.
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Why Should Your Organization Consider Salesforce?
[learn_more caption=”Complete view of your constituents”] With the Salesforce cloud platform, you can track any data you want. Therefore, your education, fundraising, and event teams can understand every constituent and deliver the right service, message, or answer.[/learn_more]
[learn_more caption=”Achieve 100% user adoption”] Users will not adopt CRM applications that are hard to use and that are not relevant to their jobs. With the Force.com platform, we can customize the user interface for any type of user. This will make it easier for your organization’s employees to quickly learn the new system.[/learn_more]
[learn_more caption=”Connect your CRM with your Website”] With Salesforce, your CRM app and your website work together seamlessly. Member data captured on the Web flows right into your CRM app. You can even build pages or entire sites on the Force.com- 100% in the cloud, with no software or hardware. [/learn_more]
[learn_more caption=”Access your data: anytime, anywhere”] Salesforce makes it easy to run your CRM apps—including all of your customizations—on popular mobile devices.[/learn_more]
[learn_more caption=”1,000+ applications and services”] There are more than 1,000 applications and services on the AppExchange. You can find everything from native Force.com applications for accounting, recruiting, and asset management to CRM extensions for email marketing, pricing, and quoting. [/learn_more]
[learn_more caption=”See what is happening in your organization”] Salesforce makes it easy for you and your users to create your own reports—without the need for programmers. Reports in salesforce are dynamic and automatically update in real-time when information being added to your CRM. Simply refreshing a report will ensure you are viewing the most current live data. [/learn_more]
[learn_more caption=”See only what you need”] Salesforce provides granular security and sharing rules to let you decide which users see what information, all the way down to the field level. For example, allow your development staff to see all information related to an individual’s donations, membership, and giving history while only allowing office staff to see basic contact information. [/learn_more]
[learn_more caption=”Security”] Salesforce uses a multi-layered approach to protect its information, constantly monitoring and improving their application, systems, and processes to meet the growing demands and challenges of security. For more information, visit trust.salesforce.com. [/learn_more]