McLean, VA (PRWEB) November 05, 2013
Online fundraising & communication software platform CharityEngine® has officially launched a new website, http://www.charityengine.net, for its turnkey nonprofit software solution. The site showcases the company’s new focus on marketing its integrated and interchangeable apps for CRM, donation forms, payment processing, and communications for nonprofits.
"We’ve flown under the nonprofit radar the past few years delivering integrated technology to support organizations like Wounded Warrior Project and ASPCA," said Philip Schmitz, CEO of CharityEngine. "But with the launch of our next-gen CharityEngine this Spring, which marries enterprise-level integrated nonprofit tools with a uniquely elegant and easy-to-use interface, we’ve decided to bring awareness of our capabilities to a larger portion of the nonprofit sector."
The team behind the enterprise-ready cloud technology expects the website to help NPOs stifled by the challenges of trying to grow efficiently while running different parts of their organization on disparate systems.
"CharityEngine gives nonprofits the 'Three Benefits of One' - one fundraising and communications platform, running through one central database for CRM, supported by one point of contact - all operating at an enterprise-ready level," said Leigh Kessler, VP of Communications. "With an integrated solution, nonprofits can be more efficient in their ability to manage fundraising and communications campaigns for peer-to-peer, online auctions, ecommerce, advocacy outreach, and event management with registration and ticketing."
The CharityEngine suite of applications were created by cloud technology provider, BIS Global. The McLean, Virginia-based company also provides hosting and other market-specific integrated business apps.
CharityEngine® helps nonprofit organizations Go Big and Be Great with a fully integrated suite of online tools for fundraising, communications and donor management backed by "single-throat-to-choke" support. Built by BIS Global, a Virginia-based cloud applications and hosting firm, CharityEngine technology is used by hundreds of organizations including Wounded Warrior Project and ASPCA.