The National Wildlife Federation Adopts StratusLIVE for Fundraisers
FREMONT, CA: The National Wildlife Federation has adopted Cloud-based CRM solution provider StratusLIVE’s fundraising and CRM solution, StratusLIVE for Fundraisers. The solution improves National Wildlife Federation’s donor relationship management strategy, campaign reporting, online response donation, pledge tracking, and integrates additional business applications.
“The disconnected nature of the old software and vendors, however, made reaching these goals nearly impossible. StratusLIVE has helped us start a fundamental shift to a true CRM based system, with the ability to record and then leverage constituent information from across the National Wildlife Federation,” said Caroline Itoh, Senior Director of Supporter Operations, The National Wildlife Federation.
The National Wildlife Federation was in search for a solution that had the capacity to enhance their inter-departmental communication, eliminate redundancy, cut long-term overheads, and lower their dependency on external data management vendors. StratusLIVE equipped them with these capabilities in addition to other benefits that include multi-channel marketing, distribution and payouts, business intelligence, analytical marketing products, financial transactions, and better event management.
“StratusLIVE software has put us on the path to make better, faster decisions about our donor acquisition and retention efforts with less time and expense, and to design more donor-centric cultivation strategies," adds Caroline.
StratusLive for Fundraisers, powered by Microsoft Dynamics CRM, enables large and medium non-profit organizations to implement technology and thereby engaging their community; donors, affiliates, volunteers, and all other constituents. The platform provides organizational access to their applications and CRM data, “anywhere, anytime, and in real-time.” Moreover, it manages the organizations’ hardware and software infrastructure while also offering encryption features to safeguard their data.