In the beginning, there was CRM software; CRM stands for customer relationship management. Sure, that sounds for-profit, but when you stop to think about it, you realize that the technology can help you track your stakeholder relationships too. CRM technology helps teams at any organization collaborate, gather insights, track important metrics, and communicate internally and externally. Salesforce Nonprofit History.

Salesforce has taken CRM technology and brought it to the cloud, making it web-based without any software to install. That helps businesses and organizations of all types start using the technology faster and with more ease.

For decades, Salesforce has built powerful technology for diverse industries, including nonprofits, schools, and philanthropic organizations. With their help and guidance, Tectonic builds solutions to tackle the world’s biggest problems. Salesforce products and features to help you operate effectively, raise funds, distribute grants, manage program impact, and connect with supporters. Plus, the Power of Us Program helps eligible nonprofits get started with Salesforce.

Salesforce Nonprofit History

Salesforce for Nonprofits is a complete set of nonprofit technology solutions built to connect your nonprofit with the people who care about your cause. Use it to unlock the knowledge to better track your supporters and programs, and find new, more efficient ways of working to accomplish your mission.

Salesforce Nonprofit Cloud

The core product in Salesforce for Nonprofits is Nonprofit Cloud, a built-in Salesforce solution with tools for fundraising, program management, case management, and outcome management. For organizations that distribute funds or in-kind grants there’s also Nonprofit Cloud for Grantmaking, which includes everything in Nonprofit Cloud plus tools to manage the grantmaking lifecycle.

Salesforce Nonprofit History

Alternatively, choose from a number of managed packages that can be installed into Salesforce, such as Nonprofit Success Pack (NPSP). NPSP organizes constituent, fundraising, and program data for nonprofits. 

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