DonorPro customers are experiencing over 30% average annual year-over-year donation growth.
Pittsburgh, PA (PRWEB) November 16, 2013
DonorPro, a leading provider of nonprofit fundraising solutions, announced today that for the third time in a row it has been ranked as one of the best affordable donor management software solutions by the nonprofit industry think tank leaders at Idealware (http://www.idealware.org) and NTEN (http://www.nten.org) along with their highly respected evaluation team.
“We are excited and very pleased to be selected by this distinguished panel once again,” says Donna Myers President of DonorPro. Myers reflects, “the evaluation is very intensive and it is a tribute to our product development team and customers who continue to provide valuable user input into the continuous upgrades of our donor management solution – DonorPro CRM.”
The 160-page nonprofit report, A Consumers Guide to Donor Management Systems, provides an unbiased overview of what donor management systems do, recommendations for systems based on particular needs, comparison charts for systems based on nearly 150 specific criteria. The evaluation team defined a set of scenarios that cover typical needs and functional situations likely to apply to most nonprofits and recommended the best systems available for the requirements.
The report, released every other year, is a leading purchase indicator for many nonprofits around the globe who are buying their first donor management solution or looking to upgrade from one that they have outgrown or present impediments to growth.
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DonorPro Co-Founder and CTO, Darwin Whaley said, “When we began our product development 10 years ago we made a commitment to listen to nonprofit users, get them involved in our process and build a functional, easy-to-use software solution that helps them reach more constituents, raise more money and operate more efficiently.” DonorPro CRM, their flagship product and focus of the report, just celebrated the release of it's tenth major edition in ten years, demonstrating the organization's quest to continuously update and streamline the robust software offering. “It's fairly easy to construct a database that stores donor information. At the end of the day it's all about empowering them to deliver more impact for their nonprofit organizations,” added Whaley.
“Delivering that impact is what is essential for all nonprofits today more than ever before,” notes Roy Cheran, VP of Marketing at DonorPro. “We design products with that in mind and carefully look at workflow processes and communication effectiveness, which may be why our nonprofit clients consistently outperform the industry average,” he stated.
At a time when year-over-year donation growth at domestic nonprofits is under 3% on average, DonorPro customers are experiencing over 30% average annual year-over-year donation growth. These numbers are impressive and reflect the power of DonorPro's integrated fundraising solutions and customer support as nonprofit leaders look for what will give them the boost in donors and dollars that many have been struggling to achieve.
“There are a lot of players in our marketspace,” Cheran concludes. “The report is particularly gratifying for our organization because it reflects what we have worked so hard to deliver. Our goal is to provide an intuitive, easy-to-use constituent relationship management platform (CRM) that is also affordable and helps our nonprofit clients out perform the national average in fundraising. This empowers the agencies to more effectively deliver on their mission, while providing a sustainable future for their vital activities.”
DonorPro, built its reputation in the nonprofits sector with an affordable and easy to use CRM donor management system along with online fundraising tools for all types of nonprofits. Founded in 2003, DonorPro is a privately-held company headquartered in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. DonorPro increases donations, streamlines workflow, increases staff productivity, and enhances personal communications with prospects and donors. Learn more at http://www.donorpro.com.