“PatronManager CRM can transform the ability of our smaller budget orchestras to provide a comprehensive service to their customers and donors,” Jesse Rosen, League of American Orchestras President, said.
New York (PRWEB) November 17, 2010
Patron Technology, a company specializing in technology solutions for arts and cultural organizations, today announced an alliance with the League of American Orchestras to promote Patron Manager CRM as a preferred technology system to the League’s small-to-medium-sized orchestra members.
Built in partnership with salesforce.com, PatronManager CRM was designed to solve the key problem facing many arts & cultural organizations - important information needed to run the business is stored in multiple files and formats scattered across many computers. PatronManager CRM integrates and manages all of an arts organization's key operations: tickets and subscriptions, donations, correspondence, e-mail marketing, calendars, and daily tasks. Patron Technology has also tightly integrated into PatronManager CRM its PatronMail e-mail marketing system, used by more than 1,800 cultural organizations to communicate regularly with their patrons and members.
“PatronManager CRM can transform the ability of our smaller budget orchestras to provide a comprehensive service to their customers and donors,” Jesse Rosen, League of American Orchestras President, said. “We are delighted to be working with Patron Technology which has long served our field.”
Patron Technology’s alliance with the League of American Orchestras follows the company’s recent signing of more than 100 PatronManager CRM clients since launching the software this summer. Patron Technology has signed agreements with organizations across the U.S., including the Sioux Falls Jazz & Blues Society, the Maryland Symphony, the Helen Hayes Awards (DC), Labyrinth Theater Company (NY), East West Players (LA), and The New Group (NY).
“Many arts & culture organizations, especially small-to-medium sized organizations, strive to offer unique, compelling offerings for their patrons and fans while using disparate, unconnected computer systems to manage their efforts,” said Eugene Carr, CEO, Patron Technology. “With PatronManager CRM we envisioned a system that would easily – and affordably – connect all of those computer systems. Orchestras that have their ticketing systems tied into their donor and patron info can more easily market future events to the patrons that care most about those events. We look forward to working with many of the members of the League of American Orchestras to power their back offices via PatronManager CRM.”
About Patron Technology Patron Technology, LLC. strives to revolutionize the arts industry by offering world class CRM, ticketing, and e-mail marketing technology at a price that every organization can afford. Founded in 2001 by industry veteran Eugene Carr, the New York City-based company is the leader in e-marketing technology for the arts industry with 1,800 arts and cultural clients that use its PatronMail e-mail service. PatronMail’s client list includes organizations of all sizes in all 50 states and eight foreign countries, as well as individual artists — including the New York Philharmonic, the Denver Art Museum, the Public Theater, Victoria & Albert Museum (U.K.), and the Thomas Jefferson Foundation. The company's newest service, PatronManager CRM, was developed in partnership with salesforce.com and the Salesforce Foundation. In addition, the company offers an innovative social group ticketing product, ETM Group Sales. Dedicated to educating the non-profit community about e-marketing, the company presents a regular schedule of live e-marketing seminars across the country, two monthly e-mail newsletters, and live webinars. The company has also published three books on e-marketing by its president, Eugene Carr.
About the League of American Orchestras
The League of American Orchestras leads, supports, and champions America’s orchestras and the vitality of the music they perform. The League works to stimulate the exchange of innovative ideas and practices and to promote unity across the orchestra field. The League delivers meaningful information, learning and leadership opportunities, grass-roots advocacy and other services to its diverse membership, which encompasses nearly 900 member symphony, chamber, youth, and collegiate orchestras of all sizes. Founded in 1942 and chartered by Congress in 1962, the League links a national network of thousands of instrumentalists, conductors, managers, board members, volunteers, staff members, and business partners. Visit americanorchestras.org to learn more.