McLean, VA (PRWEB) June 18, 2014
Nonprofit software suite CharityEngine has gone live with its Version 4.0 release, a major redesign and upgrade of the all-in-one ERP platform for donor management, online fundraising, event management, peer-to-peer portals, and communications. CharityEngine was created by BIS Global, a provider of enterprise-ready cloud software, payment processing, and hosting services since 1999. The entire platform is built on BIS Global’s proprietary CRM technology.
“We built CharityEngine 4.0 for today’s fundraising world, where opportunities for engagement happen everywhere – online & offline - and need to be tracked, responded to via automation, and reported on in multiple ways,” said Philip Schmitz, CEO and Founder. “This release represents a new day for nonprofits because it brings easy usability to enterprise-level technology.”
CharityEngine 4.0 has been in beta since February and was released on Monday. It features responsive, gesture-friendly design for use on desktop or mobile devices, a colorful and fluid user experience, real-time dashboard reporting based on roles, and personalization settings.
“We reimagined the new user experience for a BYOD (bring your own device) world where data would easily be entered and accessed by both internal staff and, in the case of peer-to-peer, constituent fundraisers. Because it is module-based, NPOs can choose between our entire integrated platform or any single module including online forms creation, email marketing, or peer-to-peer tools.”
The company has made adoption of the new system easy by adding a “Go Back” feature so legacy users can access the previous system as they transition. That Go Back button will be available through July. In addition, users can sign up for training webinars through their management console.
The version 4.0 release redesign will also be effective in BIS Global’s legacy platform for businesses. BIS Global’s hosting and business applications have powered over 400 organizations in both the nonprofit and for-profit world including Wounded Warrior Project, ASPCA, American Association for Pastoral Counselors, GE, and Dunham Sports.
CharityEngine® software helps power nonprofit organizations to great heights 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 McLean, Virginia-based cloud applications and hosting firm, CharityEngine technology has been used by hundreds of organizations including Wounded Warrior Project, ASPCA and the American Association of Pastoral Counselors.