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The most critical decision for your organisation is choosing the right database platform. Non-profit professionals understand the value of every constituent interaction; under constant pressure to lower operating costs while building constituent loyalty, nonprofits can’t afford to miss an opportunity to deepen relationships. To achieve their objectives many organizations have adopted Salesforce CRM project management service. Salesforce is an excellent choice for non-profit organizations.
The Salesforce platform is quite flexible and powerful to centralize the data management needs into a single system of non-profits. By tracking and managing programs, clients and operations all in one place, this system helps in removing data silos. It helps in connecting your entire non-profit to your supporters, partners, employees and programs to strengthen your community and deliver better programs and services.
Salesforce offers many functional features. It helps in non-profits to keep records of members, conversations with them, their preferences and interactions with prospects.
In this article, let’s discuss few strategic moves that your non-profits can make with Salesforce to supercharge relationship management.
Non-Profit Success Pack (NPSP)
Salesforce offers nonprofits an end-to-end solution called the Nonprofit Success Pack (NPSP). The NPSP helps to organize data and keep-to-date information. Non-Profit Success Pack develops a foundation of a flexible platform that empowers non-profits of all the sizes to run their business in a better way and engage with their constituents more deeply and advance their missions.
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