Learn How to Create a Great Constituent Experience

April 21, 2016 Jiordan Castle

Constituent relationships are complex. People can engage with a nonprofit in several ways: as a donor, a volunteer, an advocate, a board member, or an event organizer — to name a few. Moreover, these relationships can change over time, or be parallel-tracked, as when a board member volunteers time. An individual’s simple act can evolve into much more. So what can organizations do to increase the likelihood that a constituent’s journey is meaningful enough to create true brand advocates?

On April 28th, Salesforce is bringing their expertise and industry best practices to nonprofit organizations, colleges, and universities at the Salesforce World Tour in Washington, D.C. Before you get started learning how today’s leading organizations are using Salesforce to transform their work with constituents, volunteers, students, and employees, join Appirio for an exclusive morning of breakfast and networking.

In addition to great food, nonprofits and educational institutions can start their day in D.C. with Appirio and get the following:

  • One-on-one access to industry experts and their wealth of experience about creating great experiences for customers up and down the engagement ladder.
  • The opportunity to connect with colleagues, thought leaders, and get insider info on using Salesforce to innovate and solve business challenges.
  • Real-world insights — before the World Tour event even begins.

There’s a reason we’re having breakfast with Salesforce; Appirio’s nonprofit vertical combines expertise in strategy, software, services, and business process in order to help nonprofits succeed with the Salesforce platform (i.e., Sales Cloud, Marketing Cloud, Apps Cloud, Wave Analytics, and more).

RSVP now to join Appirio for a morning cup of coffee at the World Tour and find out how we can help transform the way your nonprofit organization does business.

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