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Industry insiders overwhelmingly cite technology as a crucial element of running a successful nonprofit organization and are prioritizing solutions that allow for flexibility and scalability when it comes to building internal and external relationships.
For many nonprofit organizations, making programs available to a broader audience through multiple, dispersed chapters is a great idea, but the logistics are often challenging.
Finding the right technology is challenging enough, but adopting that technology can be downright daunting. In fact, the term “technostress” was even coined to identify the negative psychological link between people and the introduction of new technology.
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Keeping good employees satisfied is always a concern. A current strong economy and low unemployment rate is increasingly making employee retention a top priority for many business owners.
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How can you ensure your CRM implementation is successful and you get the most out of the investment? There are five techniques you can leverage to avoid the common pitfalls associated with failed CRM implementations.
The most effective Salesforce organizations will not remain stagnant. To get the most out of your Salesforce you are going to need someone to maintain and manage it. But how do you decide who is best for your organization?
So you’ve implemented Salesforce, but do you have a plan for maintaining it? A plan is essential to not only swiftly and proactively addressing issues before they become full-blown problems, but also to ensuring the system grows and evolves with your organization.
Salesforce is a powerful tool that can have a dramatically positive impact on your organization’s operations and bottom line. But the same features and functions that make it so impressive also add layers of complexity to implementing it.