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Software Advice Shares Top Nonprofit Software Buying Trends

thedatabank is always striving to help nonprofits achieve their mission through technology, so when we heard that Software Advice, a resource for potential software buyers, recently conducted a study on which factors influence nonprofits’ software buying decisions, we were excited to hear and share their findings.

Software Advice analyzed the interactions of over 2,000 nonprofit buyers (the majority from organizations with under 10 employees and an operating budget under $1 million), half of which were currently using manual methods to track donations and constituents. Here were their key findings: [More]

Partner Spotlight: DonorPath

This is a continuation of a series we started in August, highlighting each of our valued complementary service partners who bring expertise to nonprofit organizations in the areas of fundraising consulting, payment gateway processing, tech support, and more. The first two partners highlighted were Sarah Suemnig, CFRE and Backpack Tactics.

This month I would like to introduce our readers to one of thedatabank’s newest partners, DonorPath. [More]

New Simplified Packages for the New Year

To benefit the widest audience possible, we try to keep Technology for Change a general technology-related resource for nonprofits, but we have some exciting changes to our product structure and offerings here at thedatabank that we can’t help but share today: In order to better serve our nonprofit clients, thedatabank has changed and updated the way we package our software. [More]

Partner Spotlight: Backpack Tactics

This is a continuation of a series we started in August, highlighting each of our valued complementary service partners who bring expertise to nonprofit organizations in the areas of fundraising consulting, payment gateway processing, tech support, and more. The first partner highlighted was Sarah Suemnig, CFRE.

This month I would like to introduce you to a company called Backpack Tactics. [More]

Year-End Fundraising Blog Post Roundup

Every year around this time, everyone's mind turns to their year-end fundraising campaigns. Considering it’s a task you do year in and year out, you might wonder what’s left to learn? But the donor landscape is always evolving and changing, and there is always room for growth and improving your tactics. I’ve compiled some great blog posts from industry experts on the top things you should consider about your year-end campaign as you move into the final quarter of 2013. [More]