Rohnert Park, CA (PRWEB) December 23, 2013
NonProfitEasy (NPE), an integrated and affordable data management platform for small to mid-sized nonprofits, recently jumped to the number one position as the most recommended CRM software in the nonprofit sector, according to http://www.softwareadvice.com, an organization that analyzes software and helps companies find the right software solutions.
“We knew we had developed a unique management platform for an underserved market,” said Lomesh Shah, founder of NonProfitEasy. “There are other technology options available to these organizations, but the price point is often too high for the smaller organizations. Word has spread that NPE offers a comprehensive yet affordable option. We have found a way to realize more value for our customers by tightly managing our development process and tapping into our customer base for improvement ideas and feedback.”
After just two years and one round of investor funding, NPE continues to grow as budget-conscious nonprofit organizations embrace the robust data management application and realize the value inherent in the integrated CRM system. NPE customers are maximizing the use of the software to manage donations, events, memberships, contacts and more. This replaces the disparate fundraising software, member management software, event management software and volunteer management software with just one cloud-based system. With its most recent release, NPE has added an integrated eStore module giving customers an economical way to establish a retail platform as part of their fundraising strategy.
“Organizations have managed over 16,000 events through NPE’s Events Module and sold close to 300,000 tickets and collected close to $5 million in ticket sales,” said Shah. “These organizations are also tracking and managing over $200 million in donations through the NPE platform. In addition, membership organizations have leveraged the comprehensive platform to manage and track over 125,000 members. All this activity means we are filling a need for a market that provides critical services to our communities.”
NonProfitEasy, in the midst of finalizing a second round of investor funding, has several major initiatives in their development pipeline that will continue to increase the scope and value of the software to its users.
As an integrated data platform for small and mid-sized nonprofits, NonProfitEasy tapped into some of the most creative and strategic thinkers in the nonprofit community to create a management system that replaces the multiple platforms and spreadsheets currently in use by many organizations. The result is an integrated and affordable data management system for the community nonprofit sector.