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    Getting Nonprofits on the Map Getting Nonprofits on the Map Presentation Transcript

    • Getting Nonprofits on the Map Joseph Mouzon, Network for Good/Groundspring Jim Yu, United Way Rem Hoffmann, Exponent Partners Track: Nonprofits
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    • Joseph Mouzon Executive Director Nonprofit Services Network for Good Historical challenges in technology adoption within the nonprofit sector [email_address]
    • Network for Good Introduction
      • Leading Nonprofit Technology Service Provider
      • 12,000 NPOs raise $42 million in 2005
      • Recently merged with Groundspring
      INDUSTRY: Nonprofit technology service provider EMPLOYEES: 22 GEOGRAPHY: East & West Coast PRODUCT(S) USED: SFA, Service & Support, 4 downloaded AppExchange applications # USERS: 10
    • Challenges
      • Historical Nonprofit Infrastructure Challenges
        • Experts in Mission, not infrastructure
        • Difficult to Fund
        • Capacity Vs. Program
      • Nonprofit Technology Challenge
        • Lack of technological Expertise
        • Legacy architecture
      • High Costs
      • Inefficiency
      • Reduced Social Impact
    • The Solution
      • How can we address the key challenges?
        • ASP technologies
        • Salesforce as a platform
        • Implemented email campaigns
        • Integrated with Donate Now
    • Jim Yu VP of Relationship Management [email_address] From Transactions to Relationships: How Your Nonprofit Can Harness People, Processes, & Technology to Manage Key Relationships
    • United Way of America
      • Leadership organization for 1,350 local United Way members in U.S.
      • Raised $4 billion in 2005
      • Transforming from fund raising to community impact business
      INDUSTRY: Nonprofit Health & Human Services EMPLOYEES: 12,000 GEOGRAPHY: National PRODUCT USED: SFA, Service & Support, DonationForce, EventForce, Functional Documentation # USERS: 260
    • Challenges
      • Business Challenges
        • Documenting & improving business processes
        • Easily accessing customer data
        • Tracking customer interactions
        • Segmenting customers
        • Customers falling through the cracks
      • Technology Challenge
        • Integration with legacy systems
      • Tactical vs. strategic approach to customer
      • Inefficiency
      • Lower customer service
    • The Solution
      • How did we address the challenges?
        • Workflow functionality
        • Access by roles, teams, & divisions
        • Custom Objects: EventForce & DonationForce
        • Customized reports
        • Case management
        • Integrated with United Way Online
      • Sales, Service and Support Products implemented
      • 260 Users
      • Integration points – United Way Online
      • Training – 2 a month
      • 17 Business Units affected
      • Ongoing improvements
      DEPLOYMENT DETAILS
    • Results
      • What were the results?
        • Improved customer response times
        • Cycle time improvements
        • More visibility (closer to 360 degree view) into customer
        • Higher customer satisfaction
    • Why United Way Needs Change? Decreasing Market Share Changing Workplace New Donor Expectations Increasing Competition Decreasing Donor Base CALL TO ACTION
    • Solution: Customer Relationship Management
      • The people, processes and technologies associated with managing marketing, sales and service
      • The art/science of using information to find, acquire and retain customers
      • A holistic approach that unifies all points of customer interaction
      NOTE: Customer vs. Constituent Relationship Management
    • Why We Chose Salesforce.com Performance Reports On Demand Performance Reports And Dashboards Within Seconds Internet-based Anytime, Anywhere Access Microsoft Outlook & PDA Contact, Task And Email Integration Excellent User Interface Intuitive User Interface – Easy Information Search ASP Hosted Involves No Infrastructure Maintenance Or System Management Scalable Easily Expandable To A Large User Base Secure Strong Information Confidentiality & Security Integration API API To Enable Integration With Internal Applications Salesforce
    • Lessons Learned in Salesforce Implementation
      • Driven by Business Needs
      • Managing Change is Challenging
      • Project Management is Critical
    • Recommendations for Successful Technology Adoption
      • Strategy
      • Approach
      • Benefits
      People 50% Process 30% Technology 20%
    • Rem Hoffmann President Exponent Partners, Inc. [email_address]
    • Exponent Partners, Inc.
      • Serve small and medium-sized nonprofits
      • Core strengths in:
        • Information technology strategy for nonprofits
        • Constituent relationship management (CRM)
        • Technology selection
        • Project management
      INDUSTRY: Nonprofit IT Services STAFF: 6 Contract, 10 Assoc. MARKET: US, International NPOs PRODUCT(S) USED: Nonprofit Template, SFA, Service & Support, DemandTools, ClickTools, etc.
    • Plan…but NO “big bang” projects!
      • Select the team
      • Survey all your business processes
      • Prioritize
      • Agree on key metrics and indicators
      • Start quickly and maintain momentum
      Plan Prototype Rollout Use, Improve, Extend
      • Funders
      • Donors
      • Board Members
      • Volunteers
      • Staff
      • Contractors
      • Media
      • Vendors
      • Clients
      • Beneficiaries
      • Members
      • Customers
      ALL constituents - ALL business processes Client Tracking Program Mgmt Marketing Financial Mgmt Member Mgmt Human Resources Online Collaboration Case Mgmt Program Mgmt Contact Mgmt Fundraising
    • Plan for 100% staff adoption
      • Focus on usability…e.g. keep it simple
      • Use existing resources
      • ‘ Just in time’ training
      • Use the tools
      • Have a plan for ‘late adopters’
    • Invest in building Constituent Relationships
      • Plan for both costs and benefits
      • Improve continuously
      • Develop CRM in the organization
      • Roles aligned with mission
      • Return on mission
    • Joseph Mouzon Executive Director, Nonprofit Services Jim Yu Vice President, Relationship Management Rem Hoffmann President QUESTION & ANSWER SESSION
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