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Here’s a snapshot of some of the amazing people and organisations we get to work with!
UOW have been able to not only reduce workload in processing data, and have confidence that the data is accurate, but they have been able to track results better.
The University of Wollongong (UOW) is a globally recognised and respected university and was founded on the donations of local people who had a vision of a brighter future for the region. As part of developing their strategic goal of digitisation UOW upgraded from RE 7 to RE NXT and moved to Campaign Monitor as their dedicated email marketing platform using Red Arc’s Email Marketing Connector to seamlessly integrate the two.
Email Marketing Connector
With the goal in mind of automating the identification of stewardship priorities & potential future donors
AUT (Auckland University of Technology) completed a free trial and chose to purchase Engagement Tile thanks to its usefulness to the University. Craig from AUT talked to us about his experience, “It looked as though it would save lots of time doing exports, creating scores in Excel then importing Custom Fields or Ranking Scores. The scoring and ranking will hopefully allow us to allocate scarce resources to maximum effect.”
When asked, what convinced you to buy the product? Craig said, “The ease and flexibility of implementation and its direct integration into RE (no need for external manipulation of data).”
We went from an average of 5 minutes per gift to about half that with Quick Gift Entry
One of our strategic objectives is to run a leaner and more agile operation and to eliminate wasted time and costs. We needed a quick way to accept donations, process credit card payments and send receipts and gift certificates by email.
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I had planned to buy this affordable tile and the one day I was without was one too many!
I loved the built-in Relationship Tree in the database view of Raiser’s Edge. As I try to rely more on the web view portion of RE NXT not having that view was a loss for me. And then at bbcon a few years ago I learned of Red Arc’s Relationship Tree and started the free trial. Read more …