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You’re organization has chosen Salesforce as your Constituent Relationship Management (CRM) platform. Engage your users to be active with the platform by following these tips.
Organizations that help animals find forever homes are turning to Salesforce to track adopters, donors, volunteers, events and more in a central location. Managing all animal welfare constituents is easier in the cloud.
Facebook’s waived donation fees and expanded fundraising and disaster relief tools have implications for the crowded nonprofit technology landscape in 2018.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Customer Communities are a great way to engage with your constituents. However, you can also look at a Salesforce Community to increase employee engagement. We explore the different types of Salesforce Communities in this post.