Growing Needs, Shrinking Budget? Hit the Warp Drive to Salsa Enterprise.Submitted Tue Nov 18 2008 18:00:00 GMT-0500 (EST) by Jason Z.
In an economic climate uglier than any for the past quarter-century -- at least -- nonprofits of every size are facing potential shortfalls in the lean years ahead.
If you're in that boat, maybe you're looking at a CRM-sized hole in the budget and wondering:
Can we possibly afford to put our CRM fee to a more critical use?
Can we possibly afford not to keep the efficiency and impact our online data services give us?
Tough choice. Luckily, you don't have to make it.
Say hello to Salsa Enterprise -- everything that large, complex nonprofits need, at a price that doesn't break the bank.
Join a Salsa Enterprise webinar on Tuesday, Nov. 25 to find out how to save tens of thousands and get the robust CRM toolset -- mass e-mailing, online donations, advocacy, and an integrated view of supporters -- plus free data migration from Convio, Kintera, GetActive, Blackbaud, Capitol Advantage or any other system; personalized training; strategy support; and a dedicated account manager.
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Convio/GetActive Merger ScuttlebuttSubmitted Mon Jan 29 2007 17:24:33 GMT-0500 (EST)
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CRM Marketplace Narrows as Convio Buys GetActiveSubmitted Wed Jan 17 2007 17:00:15 GMT-0500 (EST)
GetActive clients now have to learn a new toolset, whether they would or no ... so that particular pain point of transition is a nonissue.
The challenges of integrating across systems will make the switchover a bumpy ride, virtually by definition.
Convio has been, for the most part, a higher-end player than GetActive, with GetActive a less-expensive commercial alternative. Under even less competitive pressure, one has to think fees stand to increase in general -- though when that happens and whether that's specifically the case for any particular organization or sector of the market still remains to be seen.
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