Nonprofit CRM is Strategic, Constituent-Centric Software Integration
Nonprofit organizations pursuing exciting opportunities for growth and mission expansion are at a critical junction in their lifecycle. This junction should be considered critical in the sense that decisions made today will likely provide the foundation and infrastructure on which the expanded organization will build in the future.
In the past, as nonprofit organizations expanded, they had to identify multiple, disparate (or “point”) solutions for each of the various divisions or operating units of the organization in response to urgent needs to support growth or coordinate business processes. But because point solutions are not integrated, employ different user interfaces, and often have overlapping functionality, this creates both logistical and technological headaches for nonprofits.
Today, this is no longer necessary: Nonprofit CRM provides a way to support and integrate the diverse business processes of a service organization with one software solution, putting people (constituents) – the driving force behind any nonprofit’s mission – at the heart of its operations.
Download StratusLIVE CEO Jim Funari’s white paper, Nonprofit CRM: The Constituent-Centric Technology Platform, to learn how a CRM for nonprofit organizations that is built on Microsoft® Dynamics™ CRM 2011 provides strategic software integration.