Kevin LaManna

Kevin LaManna

Kevin graduated from Miami University studying information systems and piano performance. After graduating, Kevin worked at General Electric working on banking systems in Thailand, India, U.K., Singapore and Denmark. After spending a few years overseas, Kevin spent four years leading technology projects at Merrill Lynch in Chicago. After this, Kevin spent two years at Roundarch consulting for Nystrom, United States Air Force and Northern Trust.


Kevin's first product was Duple Meter, which is a platform for music and arts organizations. In the summer of 2010, SocialRaise emerged, which concentrates on ways to combine social media with ways to increase revenue (online fundraising, e-commerce, event ticket sales, and advertising). This past summer, a new product called GroupHelix launched, which is a social intranet and workflow management web application. In his spare time, Kevin enjoys keeping active with triathlons, playing piano, and enjoying the great city of Chicago.

Today, there are many charity watch organizations providing information on nonprofits – and you can count on prospective donors to use them. But who are they and how are their charity ratings composed? This article covers 4 of the well-known ones: Charity Navigator, CharityWatch, Guidestar, and GreatNonprofits. Each provides valuable information to philanthropists looking to make a financial contribution to a charity. Here's a basic primer on each:
Long a staple in the business-to-business sales world, CRM systems are databases created to hold information about people relevant to your organization.  Whether you are a business, government agency or nonprofit/NGO, people inside and outside your organization drive your success.  CRM is the way you can manage relationships and measure success.
So let's start at a very hypothetical question. Say you're at some nonprofit conference, and a huge magical fairy (we'll call the fairy "Google") comes up to you and says "I'll grant you a $120,000 a year for your nonprofit marketing efforts for 2015." And presto - you have an additional $120K all for your marketing budget to do some extraordinary things.
There's a delicious plethora of open source CRM systems out in the wild. In this article, we take a look at a few, and give some pros, cons and things to think about for each. To begin a comparison, let's start with SugarCRM, VTiger and CRMery.
It is in the plan this year – FINALLY – to replace your current mishmash of information sources with a new Nonprofit Constituent Relationship Management (Nonprofit CRM) system. It can provide the process improvement to better support your nonprofit or non-governmental organization. No more cobbling togetherpieces of information from various databases,

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