Fundraising Software SelectionThere is Life after The Raiser’s Edge™
You Have Options
Fundraising has evolved greatly in the last two decades and so has the technology that supports it. Are you looking for an alternative but worried about what might happen to your decades of data if you change software? Some systems are better for use by volunteers; some are great when you have multiple chapters, members or need an integrated ticketing system; some excel in social media, crowdfunding, and peer-to-peer integrations. Software selection is key to enhancing your mission to better engage donors, and maximize your solution for greater returns. We’d love to help you select or fine tune your fundraising software and make sure you’re not missing out on any functionality.
Selecting the Right Fit
It’s no longer a one-size-fits-all world, and that applies to your fundraising tools too! Your donors and supporters expect mobile solutions and ease-of-use so you should too. As experts in The Raiser’s Edge – and fundraiser’s by training, we have an in-depth understanding of the critical importance of the information currently sitting in The Raiser’s Edge. It isn’t just ‘data’ to you – and we will help you evaluate, export, and translate from RE to your new system. We’ve moved users of The Raiser’s Edge to Salesforce, NEON, Bloomerang and other well-respected systems. The beauty of being independent, is that we evaluate and advise based on your unique needs. And yes – sometimes we may even tell you to stay on Raiser’s Edge or NXT. Our goal is to ensure you get the best customer service, the best bang-for-your buck, and a fundraising system that is a tool for your success – not an obstacle course!
Software systems we work with include:
- Little Green Light
- Donor Perfect Online
- Raiser’s Edge and NXT
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“Thank you, Lisa! You’ve been awesome getting us to this point. We could not have done it without you!”
Tracy Ulmer, Community Relations Director & The Denver Post Executive Director