SofterWare Releases New Version of Top Rated Fundraising Software DonorPerfect Online
Horsham, PA, October 13, 2009 — SofterWare, Inc. recently introduced the latest version DonorPerfect Online (DPO), a top-rated fundraising software solution as noted by independent organizations N-TEN and Idealware.
A few of the major highlights of this newest release include:
· A fresh and enhanced user interface and navigation menu, designed to take advantage of the latest technology and make it even easier for staff to efficiently and effectively use DonorPerfect Online’s ever-expanding capabilities.
· A suite of enhanced donation processing tools, featuring SafeSave™, their secure hosted tool for storage of credit card and bank account data – dramatically reducing PCI compliance issues associated with storing cardholder data within any nonprofit's computers.
· A new hosted file management service that enables nonprofits to link virtually any type of document or file to a specific donor, gift, pledge or transactional record. The file is automatically uploaded and stored on DonorPerfect’s secure servers and can be accessed by anyone, anywhere with the appropriate access rights to the data.
Jon Biedermann, Vice President for SofterWare, noted “This latest upgrade is the work of several years of research, design and user testing. Our mission was to take a very good fundraising software solution and make it great! The new interface, combined with our secure transaction processing suite, will make raising money faster and easier than ever before.”
Doug Schoenberg, CEO of SofterWare, noted “We’re really excited about the improvements in this new release, which are the direct result of feedback from our clients. Most importantly, because DonorPerfect Online is fully hosted software as a service, every one of our thousands of users was automatically upgraded instantly, and without any work or need for IT support. Now more than ever, nonprofits want to stay focused on serving their constituents and raising critical funds for their mission – not on the expensive task of managing technology.”