SAN FRANCISCO, June 29, 2009 — Jaspersoft, provider of the world's most widely used business intelligence (BI) software, today announced that Orange Leap, the company that delivers innovation and efficiency through technology to the nonprofit community, has chosen Jaspersoft to replace Crystal Reports for its web-based, custom reporting product, The Guru.
Orange Leap (formerly MPower) today announced availability of The Guru, which enables nonprofits to easily create sophisticated reports for analyzing their data in real time – a key step for taking organizational performance to the next level and beyond.
Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) — one of the leading U.S. advocacy groups, with more than two million members and supporters and 400 entities — has picked Orange Leap (formerly known as MPower) as its platform for managing and optimizing constituent relationships, marketing and fundraising across the entire organization.
MPower — one of the leading providers of software for nonprofit constituent management and fundraising — today announced that it has rebranded as Orange Leap.
Many nonprofit professionals today are nervous. The economy, while showing hopeful signs such as slightly lower oil prices and a stronger dollar, is still not in a good place. That means donors have less money in their portfolios and their pockets. As a result, giving is down across the board. This is not how we want to enter the all-important year-end giving season. With up to half of all donations coming in the last quarter of the calendar year, nonprofits need to start planning now so they can end the year strong. There are five simple things any organization can do to not only
Over the past year, constituent relationship management software vendors for nonprofits have been parading around the concept of “open” to the marketplace like presidential candidates touting “change.” Like “change,” “open” is something everyone wants, but few people define it the same way. This creates confusion and, inevitably, disappointment for customers who expect their concept of “open,” but get the vendor’s version instead. Even worse, all the marketing buzz around the “open revolution” is obscuring the real question: How does your organization truly get the unique CRM features and functionality its business processes require to execute your mission and change lives? CRM today is the
The assignment seemed simple enough. Find out about “open sources” and write about them for our July issue. I knew they had something to do with technology, but that’s about it. I was concerned because when it comes to me and technology, let’s just say I have issues. And, when it comes to nonprofit technology issues, many of you might be in the same boat, so I suppose I seemed the perfect choice to write this story. I use the Internet to shop, e-mail, do research, read the latest news and feed my insatiable appetite for celebrity gossip. That’s it. No MySpace
Press Release: Dallas-based CRM provider MPower Systems announced last week that it’s moving to an open source software model, making its solution available to all nonprofits without license fees. Additionally, users will have access to MPower’s source code so they can develop features and functionality to meet their organizations’ individual requirements, as needs arise. To download and begin using MPower, visit www.mpoweropen.com.