We found that 69% of nonprofits we surveyed are increasing their investment in marketing automation. The National Aquarium is using Marketing Cloud to transform their customer experience.
The information your nonprofit gets out of Salesforce is only as good as the information your organization puts into it. Use webforms to collect useful and actionable data. These recommendations and reviews can help.
Cloud for Good held it’s first ever Volunteer Week in 2017. Members of our team gave their time at area food banks and pantries. We not only implement technology solutions, we give back to our communities.
We review some principles of user adoption, and discuss how you can use Salesforce Chatter, a tool built right into the platform, to take action to increase your organization’s user adoption.
Nonprofits can benefit from attending Salesforce events including World Tours, User Groups and Dreamforce. We’ve highlighted some of the awesome experiences at the New York World Tour in December 2017.
Our team members are committed to giving back to our communities. One of our “Goodies” spent some Volunteer Time Off (VTO) working at the Hyde Park Food Pantry.
Significant changes to the digital communication landscape help savvy organizations pivot to better engage their supporters. Salesforce Marketing Cloud’s Journey Builder allow sophisticated, intelligent donor journeys to replace the donor funnel.
While a Constituent Relationship Management (CRM) platform is a must for many organizations, Salesforce can also be fun. We provide tips so your nonprofit can have fun while using Salesforce.
If your organization sometimes feels like a rodent warren of haphazard business processes, there are some things you can do to make them better. Start by asking why and document all of your processes.
Each Salesforce release brings new and updated features to the platform. We explore some of the best Lightning features for nonprofits in the Winter ’18 Release.