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For organizations to capitalize on new opportunities, they will need to understand that talent development is critical to achieve growth and stronger results. It’s time to prepare for the 21st century workforce.
More and more nonprofit organizations are using Salesforce to power their mission and create additional value for their constituents. The flexibility, openness and expansive ecosystem of the Salesforce platform allows customers to use the technology the way they want to use it.
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.
Delivering the right message at the right time is shared across all channels as a popular set of buzzwords. As a marketer, you know this statement is true and your development and program staff also know that delivering the best message, at the exact time it should be seen, makes a huge difference in raising funds and providing better services.
We are in the midst of a major technology revolution and succeeding in this revolution does not mean consuming additional technology, or as many of our customers fear, replacing employees with new technology. Nonprofit organizations need to focus on enabling their employees, board members, and the constituents they serve to achieve more with technology.
We have been hosting Apps for Good webinars over the last couple of years and we have written many great articles about the different apps that are commonly used by nonprofit organizations. I have compiled a quick guide to outline some of these incredible apps that can help you maximize your Salesforce instance.
In 2015, Cloud for Good continued to show rapidly planned growth. We experienced over 60% employee growth, adding additional consultants and creating new positions. We completed over 280 projects during the year for 170 unique organizations, including Hamilton Family Center, Arts Midwest and Food Bank for New York City (just to name a few).
Salesforce.org announces a unified brand for Salesforce Foundation and Salesforce.org. A brand that more accurately describes their long-term goals: a nonprofit, social enterprise dedicated to Salesforce’s technology, people, and resources improving communities around the world.