Nonprofit organizations have a variety of constituents: members, donors, volunteers, students, and so on. The information tracked about each of these people easily slips its way into spreadsheets, documents, and individual contact lists, making it hard to manage and find. To better manage this data, many nonprofits are turning to constituent relationship management (CRM) systems, which simplify tasks like sending targeted emails, tracking donations, and seeing who is engaged with an organization and how.
Join us in March and learn more about CRMs from Ryan Ozimek, CEO of PICnet, Inc. He'll introduce us to CRMs, share a little about the common CRMs nonprofits are using, and discuss what an organization needs to think about before deciding and implementing a CRM.