How can organizations with limited funding address issues and have a ripple effect on clients? The answer may lie in data.
Hear from Stephen Crano at Brooklyn Community Services as he discusses how Apricot decreased reporting time at his organization.
Identifying the purpose for using data in your organization is key. Here are 3 purposes for using data that will build your strategy.
In this episode of The NonProfit Voice Tech Series, Mark Becker is joined by Maria Shanley at Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida and Abby Jarvis at Neon One, to talk about data. They explore how nonprofits should analyze data and trends in giving, as well as exploring a nonprofit's donor segments and demographics in order to better engage donors.
Consumers today are looking for authentic, personal experiences with the brands with which they do business. While nonprofits acknowledge the importance of personalizing their constituents’ experiences, they lag the commercial market in delivery, historically relying on constituents’ emotional connections to their missions to acquire and retain them.
LexisNexis has introduced a new Donor Profile feature to its research platform for development professionals.
Today it’s not enough to simply have a great product or mission, great organizations must be intentional in creating a positive customer experience. Customer experience is how customers perceive their interactions with your organization, which greatly influences their loyalty and likelihood to recommend or evangelize the organization.
The experts at DonorPerfect will use real examples to illustrate how data leads to insights, which leads into strategy and action.