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News : Blackbaud’s Releases Upgrades to eTapestry CRM
Charleston, S.C., June 26, 2014 -- Blackbaud, Inc. (Nasdaq: BLKB) released upgrades to its cloud-based eTapestry CRM solution that, for the first time in a Blackbaud product, integrate fully automated data services from Blackbaud’s Target Analytics division. These data service tools, which include the Data Health Scorecard and Address Finder, will initially focus on making it easier and more cost effective for non-profits to improve the quality of donor information. The Data Health Scorecard will serve as the foundational tool to bring automated data health and analytics into the eTapestry solution.
"Everything about the new AddressFinder feature in eTapestry is just smooth," said Karen Charnes, database manager at Senior Services for South Sound. "It was so intuitive that I could just jump right in and press ‘GO’ without having to watch any training videos. The set up made it so easy for me to do a mass update, without having to do any manual formatting in Excel. I am so excited to schedule this service for all of our future outreach campaigns!"
eTapestry is a flexible, cloud-based fundraising software platform that helps small and developing nonprofits with limited resources scale and grow.
Posted by Veronica Silva Cusi, news correspondent
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Blackbaud is a global provider of software and related services designed specifically for nonprofit organizations. Over the past 25 years, Blackbaud has achieved success by providing new technology solutions that help nonprofits meet their most critical challenges. Today, approximately 13,000 organizations rely on the company to help them raise money, manage their finances, improve operational effectiveness, and leverage the power of the Internet.
Published: Wednesday, July 2, 2014