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News : ClearView CRM Connects to Three More Applications
Amherst, NY, USA, April 6, 2015 -- Fundraising software ClearView CRM from SofTrek Corporation recently added to the slate of applications with which the system connects. All the applications will help ClearView's nonprofit clients conduct their fundraising efforts more efficiently and accurately by "talking" to one another directly.
ClearView CRM’s donor database now connects through APIs (application programming interfaces) with applications that nonprofits use regularly, such as accounting, credit-card payment processing, giving analytics, prospect research, email marketing and more.
"We’ve always had a philosophical commitment to openness for ClearView CRM," said Robert Girardi, SofTrek’s president and CEO. "These new integrations reflect our continuing efforts to expand the range of applications to which clients can connect our constituent relationship management system."
osted by Veronica Silva Cusi, news correspondent
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About SofTrek Corporation:
SofTrek has more than 25 years’ experience successfully helping nonprofits raise money. Its flagship product, easy-to-use ClearView CRM, offers constituent-relationship management, operational tools; and reporting to help nonprofits deepen constituent relationships, manage fundraising activities, and make informed decisions. Clients include Canine Companions, Catholic Relief Services, Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, and The Trust for Public Land.
Published: Tuesday, April 7, 2015