Now Available: The New World of Donor Management Apps for Nonprofits

 
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Now is the perfect time to find out more about donor management applications. Despite the recent discontinuation of Common Ground, nonprofits today have an exciting new world of donor management applications to choose from.

Hot off the presses is our latest paper, The New World of Donor Management Apps for Nonprofits. It’s an in-depth review of top fundraising applications built on the Salesforce.com platform.

After the original posting, roundCorner announced their partnership with Salesforce.com and the release of the renamed product NGO Connect. Find out more here.

You may be familiar with Salesforce.com as the leading Cloud-based CRM solution used by tens of thousands of companies and organizations worldwide. One of the great innovations of Salesforce.com is its open architecture, which allows vendors to develop applications, or “Apps,” that can be installed on the Salesforce.com platform to increase its functionality. This report focuses on five of the top Salesforce.com based door management applications aimed at mid- to-enterprise-size nonprofits.

 Applications we tested and reviewed:

  • Affinaquest™ by Affinaquest
  • Causeview™ by Breakeven
  • Luminate CRM™ by Blackbaud (formerly a product of Convio)
  • Nonprofit Starter Pack™ by the Salesforce.com Foundation
  • roundCause™ by roundCorner

 

In our resulting report, we share our findings, including:

  • What makes each App unique
  • Important things for nonprofits to consider before adopting each product
  • What types of organizations may be the best fit for each product

Be sure to check out this great opportunity to find out more information that will help you plan your organization’s move into today’s world of donor management tools.

It will be well worth your time!

 

 

 

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