Charity CRM Software Survey 2014: Trends and ratings in CRM market
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Charity CRM Software Survey 2014: Trends and ratings in CRM market

10 Mar 2014 | Diane Sim

It all sounds so easy but actively engaging with charity stakeholders in a multi-channel world is an increasingly challenging task, finds Diane Sim.

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Charity IT Survey 2014: What’s the big idea?

Ian Allsop reviews how charities are meeting the challenge of balancing tight budgets with the pressure to invest in new technologies. New ideas are sorely needed.

Generation Y-Not Give? Engaging with donors of the future

Charities can get young people giving. Helen Donald shares insights to help fundraisers speak to Generation Y donors in the right way

Made to measure - the Charity CRM Software Survey 2013

With a wide range of off-the-peg and tailored CRM software solutions available, fundraisers are spoilt for choice and more charities than ever are happy with their decision, finds Diane Sim.

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rust never sleeps

Ian Harris and Mary O’Callaghan continue their discussion on the use of predictive analytics to boost membership fundraising.

The big squeeze:  Charity IT survey 2013

Gareth Jones finds out how charities have been maintaining IT standards in the face of tightened budgets.

Online fundraising platforms: the small print

Launches of “revolutionary” new fundraising platforms are becoming ten a penny.  So civilsociety.co.uk decided to take a proper look and see which are really leading the way.

Predictive analytics: Rubies in the dust

Ian Harris and Mary O’Callaghan explain how predictive analytics can boost returns from lapsed donors in your fundraising database.

Attracting 'generation Y'

Should staff be able to use their own IT equipment for work? Phil Durbin analyses the issues.

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