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

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.

Share

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

« First | previous | Displaying 9 to 16 (of 193) | next | last »

How to build corporate partnerships through your intellectual property

Corporate partnerships are becoming increasingly sophisticated, with organisations seeking to further their business objectives, as well as social ones. Graham Precey and Kim van Niekerk look at how charities can use intellectual property to foster relationships.

IT new business wins: Chat away with GamCare

Kirsty Weakley looks at GameCare's new webchat system, and all the other IT new business wins from the last month.

Software integration: how to do it well

Richard Collings will be speaking at the Charity Technology Conference on 27 November about the drivers for and benefits of integrating different IT systems. Read on for a taster of his presentation.

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

How charities can optimise online donations

Charities are failing to make a real impact online and should focus on the motivations, emotional mindsets, needs and expectations of users, says Simon Norris. 

IT new business wins: Enhanced donor data

Kirsty Weakley looks at how the Christie Charity has integrated its JustGiving data with its CRM as well as the rest of the last month's IT new business wins.

Take information security seriously

Information security risks must be treated seriously by the senior management team, says Alan Downey.

Preventing security breaches

Rowenna Fielding advises on the controls and structures required to prevent holes being torn in your information security defences.

« First | previous | Displaying 9 to 16 (of 193) | next | last »

Directory

Search the Directory

 

The Civil Society Directory is a comprehensive and effective resource for finding organisations and people in the sector.

Charity Technology Survey 2012
Charity Technology Survey 2012
Price: from £105.00
Save £25.00
£80.00
BUY NOW

UK Civil Society Almanac 2014 under the microscope

4 Apr 2014

Charity Finance deputy editor David Ainsworth looks underneath the figures in this year's UK Civil Society...

Going global on financial reporting?

4 Apr 2014

A new study has investigated the appetite for a global charity reporting standard, report Louise Crawford...

Bob Humphreys: 'We need to have an open dialogue wih the public'

3 Apr 2014

Bob Humphreys of Oxfam tells David Ainsworth that charities must do more to explain administration costs....

A different kind of charity shop for TransmissionUK

11 Apr 2014

When TransmissionUK decided to launch a shop to boost its income, it ditched the traditional second-hand...

Developing a fundraising strategy at the Children's Society

11 Apr 2014

The Children’s Society is embarking on an ambitious growth plan for fundraising. Simon Burne explains.

The world is changing, and so must legacy fundraising communication

9 Apr 2014

The changing nature of families, increasing pressures on finances and the ageing population are making...

Tony Hawkhead: 'They have worked my socks off and yet I am feeling more excited than when I started'

7 Apr 2014

Only a charity would ask its chief executive to sleep out on the streets for a night, in his first week...

Making sure trustees are engaged with the charity's stakeholders

19 Mar 2014

Paul Snell, chief executive at the charity Walsingham, discusses the importance of trustees being involved...

Information: the rights of trustees

3 Mar 2014

James Maloney looks at governance issues that can arise when an individual refuses to disclose information...