Persisting in the Pandemic: Evaluating Nonprofit People, Processes, and Technology
COVID-19 forced many nonprofits to quickly transition to work from home. This was more challenging for some than others—but here we are. If this is the new normal, how can an organization prepare for a longer-term remote work scenario? We’ll look at ways to evaluate people, processes, and technology to persist through the pandemic.
Seven Data Issues to Look for When Converting from The Raiser’s Edge
Implementing a new CRM system can be a long and complicated process. One of the biggest hurdles can be cleaning, converting, and mapping data from a legacy system into a new CRM. Conversion to a new system provides an ideal opportunity to clean and organize your constituent data. In this blog, we lay out key data issues to look for when converting from The Raiser's Edge.
Top 3 Tips for Successful CRM Demos: WFH Edition
If you are searching for a new CRM or ticketing system, you are probably anxious to see demonstrations of the shiny new systems on your wish list. Although you may be tempted to jump right into demos, they should be one of the last steps of your system selection process. In order to get the most from your vendor demos, we’re sharing our tips for successful demos, adjusted for the new remote work reality.
SUCCESS STORY: How Missouri Botanical Garden Weeded through Member Data to Prepare for a New CRM
As the Missouri Botanical Garden was thinking about a new CRM, they realized there was some data work to be done within their current system. Their legacy system, The Raiser’s Edge (RE), had become clunky and bogged down with inaccurate and mislabeled member data, making it challenging to cultivate relationships and reach their fundraising goals. With the help of JCA, they began a Raiser’s Edge reconfiguration project, to ensure a smooth transition to their future CRM.
Paul Kappel Promoted to Senior Consultant
JCA announces the promotion of Paul Kappel to Senior Consultant