The successful management and engagement of a modern nonprofit organization's many communities begins with a shared strategic vision and plan based on industry and constituent management best practices.
Information and constituent management technologies are effective precisely to the degree that they are expertly chosen and tailored to meet a nonprofit organization’s unique collection of business requirements.
The increasingly sophisticated information and constituent management technologies, practices, and competencies upon which all modern nonprofit organizations depend, require expert hands-on management and support.
Doctors Without Borders was experiencing a significant number of issues relating to delays and errors in processing its heavy volumes of white mail, EFT, sustainers, and split gifts.
Barker & Scott performed a detailed requirements analysis that captured the organization's specific processing needs. A critical success factor was being able to accurately capture and meet both the donor-centric needs of Development as well as the strict standards of Finance.