When you think of optimizing your nonprofit's IT infrastructure, outsourcing your primary business functions to a managed services provider (MSP) doesn't always immediately come to mind. You need to spend time, money, and energy looking for the firm that provides all the services you need and all that work can detract from your capacity to complete your nonprofit’s mission.
Nonprofits rely on a positive and efficient relationship with their donors to ensure the success of their missions, and experts say it’s crucial for those organizations to maintain a clean database to track interactions between themselves and their supporters.
As written in npEngage, maintaining clean, accurate, and efficient databases is critical for nonprofits, and a little spring cleaning to purge bad data and improve organization and efficiency is a great way to improve your organization’s relationship with donors.
Many organizations come to tolerate bad data as an unavoidable reality, but npEngage has some relatively easy and efficient methods to clean up your database and improve contact between you and your supporters.
Learn more about how data can be improved, cleaned, and organized to work better for your organization.