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Donor Management and Everyday Hero Partner for Greater Campaign Integration: Sponsored Article


18 August 2011 at 11:45 am
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Donor Management (Donman), a division of Advanced Solutions International (ASI), has announced the launch of a new integration bridge with Everyday Hero that provides a powerful data link between the popular fundraising website and Donman software.

Staff Reporter | 18 August 2011 at 11:45 am


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Donor Management and Everyday Hero Partner for Greater Campaign Integration: Sponsored Article
18 August 2011 at 11:45 am

Donor Management (Donman), a division of Advanced Solutions International (ASI), has announced the launch of a new integration bridge with Everyday Hero that provides a powerful data link between the popular fundraising website and Donman software.

The integration allows Donman customers to access vital information about the ‘heroes’ and donors of their charity that will improve the efficiency and productivity of communication and fundraising campaigns.

Andrew Stein, managing director of the Donor Management division of ASI says this formal integration link is a welcome functionality for Donman customers, many of whom regularly utilise Everyday Hero for their fundraising campaigns.

Stein says it will allow the large amount of data collected by Everyday Hero to be seamlessly imported into Donman software, helping charities recognise their fundraisers and better assist their ‘heroes’ in future fundraising activity.

The partnership provides greater functionality for donation processing, and allows Not for Profit organisations to create a relationship link between ‘heroes’ and donors, with a sophisticated duplicate check to ensure no reproduction of data.

Stein says this bridge is just the first phase in an ongoing partnership with Everyday Hero as they work together to build more capabilities for those working in the Not for Profit sector.

Stein believes that this latest announcement demonstrates ASI’s commitment to the continuing development of the Donor Management product.

He says Donman continues to be a major focus for ASI as they invest in its ongoing improvement and enhancement for the benefit of customers.

Nathan Betteridge, chief executive at Everyday Hero says they help charities acquire online donors – over one million every year – and with that theyacquire a lot of useful data.

He says this integration will completely change the way many charities are able to target fundraisers and run campaigns, and they’re thrilled to be working with Donman on this and future projects.

An online demonstration of the integration can be viewed on the Donman website: http://www.donman.net.au/whats-new/

Advanced Solutions International (ASI) is the largest, privately-owned global provider of web-based software for member- and donor-based non-profits, and has served nearly 3,000 customers and millions of users worldwide since 1991. The company has approximately 100 partners and 200 employees worldwide with offices in the U.S., U.K., Canada and Australia.

Products include iMIS 15 enterprise-wide software for member and donor management and Donor Management fundraising software for smaller to mid-sized Not for Profits .

Donor Management (Donman) is Australia’s leading fundraising solution for small to medium sized Not for Profits. It combines powerful features with ease of use to assist 280 customers across Australia and New Zealand to manage all aspects of their fundraising business – relationship and contact management, donation receipting, volunteer management, capital campaigns, raffles, bequest management, and more.

Everyday Hero provides fundraising support for hundreds of fundraising events around Australia, New Zealand and Asia. Its leading software platform, Heroix 3.0, allows charities to create and manage their own branded websites and fundraising pages for their campaigns and appeals. Heroix 3.0 leverages Everyday Hero’s integrated payment platform, Donor Choice, customers have instant access to the widest range of online and offline payment options for donors to select.
 



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