Alexandria, VA (PRWEB) October 4, 2010
Over the past 23 years, PIDI and its services have grown to meet the needs of the nonprofit sector and with the launch of the new website, visitors can learn about the full range of PIDI’s services, including Constituent Relationship Management (CRM) Database, Data Analytics, Data Enrichment and Donor Acquisition Services.
John Hennessey, CEO of PIDI believes the site will be a great resource. “Our goal with the new website is to provide visitors with an overview of our products and services as we continue to enhance them and offer new solutions. These enhancements are being driven by our clients’ demand for information to help them obtain activists and donors to their cause as well as cultivate and upgrade their existing donors.”
Additionally, PIDI named Tim Riordan as Director of Client Development. Tim joins PIDI from Network for Good, a leading provider of online fundraising services to nonprofits. At Network for Good, Tim was responsible for leading a team providing fundraising and communication tools to nonprofits across the country. During his time there, his team helped serve over 4,000 nonprofits. Prior to Network for Good, he worked in business development positions at several market research and analysis companies.
Tim’s role at PIDI will be to work with existing and potential clients to better understand their diverse fundraising and database needs and ensure that PIDI’s products and services continue to be well positioned to meet those needs. According to Mr. Hennessey “Tim is a great addition to the PIDI team; adding significantly to our knowledge of the very competitive world of nonprofit fundraising.”
About Public Interest Data, Inc.
PIDI is an industry leading data management solutions provider to nonprofit organizations. The Company provides database management services, merge/purge processing and list exchange services to leading nonprofit organizations in the United States. These services play a critical role in providing nonprofit organizations the tools necessary for them to successfully manage and cultivate their donor relationships.