Microsoft SQL Server is relational database software offering tools for data storage, management, analysis and reporting.
Curious about what it can do for your organisation? We’ve put together this quick guide to the benefits, editions and licensing of Windows SQL Server for charities.
With all the information out there about CRM’s, it’s nice to get a concise overview of tips and software options…
So that’s what we’ve done; we hope it helps!
With all the plugins and downloads out there to bulk-up your site, it’s hard to spot whats genuinely useful.
To try and help out a little, we’ve pulled together some of our (and other charities) favourites.
We’ve been scratching our heads trying to think about how we can better help charities and nonprofits get to grips with the digital world.
And, after a string of heated debates in darkened rooms, late-night meetings and early-morning discussions, we’ve come up with a plan of action for the content we produce in the coming 12 months.
If there’s anything that you’d be particularly interested in learning about, let us know and we’ll try to make sure we cover it!
The Salesforce.com Foundation works to leverage salesforce.com’s people, products and resources to help improve communities around the world. Through their ‘Power of Us‘ programme, charities can get access to Salesforce.com products and resources to help expand our collective impact. How can they help you? The Salesforce Foundation provides an initial 10-license donation and steep discounts on all future licenses and products to qualified not-for-profits. There are a growing number of products built on the Salesforce platform all of which include customer relationship management as well as a host of special features and functionality specifically tailored for not-for-profits. For more information…
The benefits of customer relationship management technology (CRM) have been well publicised. Whether you are a business or a charity, the software can be a real life saver when it comes to keeping track of customers, clients or donors and the marketing/operational interactions we have with them. That said, it’s not for everyone. Many charities abandon CRM software projects before the implementation is even complete because they don’t realise the time commitment and investment required to get value from a system. So before your charity fills out the form for free or hugely discounted software from organisations like Salesforce or…