Salesforce CRM has the potential to be a powerful tool for nonprofits. But is it right for your organization? How can you transform it into the engine that powers your fundraising and constituent engagement? How can you make it work for you?
As part of a larger research project funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Idealware created a new report to demystify the outcomes management process and guide nonprofits through the questions they need to ask themselves as they consider the strategy and technology behind how they measure outcomes.
In this report Idealware examines five widely-used, generalized systems identified through interviews with human services professionals, consultants, academics, and other experts in this field. They also provide a glimpse into the types of systems available and what they typically do to help you get a sense of what to look for in a case management system. They then dive in for a closer look at specific systems and do an apples-to-apples comparison of features to help you understand what might work for you and what differentiates each system.
Idealware created this workbook to guide your organization through the website redesign process, better prepare you to work with the web developer you've chosen, and help you plan your web content for launch.
The fact is that program evaluation really is a strategy, not software. To help nonprofits in this area of technology, Idealware researched and wrote a new report, Understanding Software for Program Evaluation. This handy reference guide provides overviews of the types of software that, when brought together, can enable your organization to accurately and confidently collect, measure, and monitor the outcomes and effectiveness of its programs.
Fully updated for 2013 and including all-new reviews and new products, this detailed, impartial report walks through the features that might be useful, summarizes and compares 36 different donor management systems that cost $10,500 or less in the first year, and provides detailed reviews of 11 of them.