The software, Funded, aims to be easy to use whatever the user’s technology ability. It will give charities the scope to log donor records, search data by location and cause, add contacts, write appeal letters, record correspondence and produce reports.
One of the directors of the company, Matthew Adam, said: “Some time ago we noticed that many small charities required a low-cost system to track all of the appeals they made throughout the year as well as analysing their data in a better way.
“However there were only expensive software systems available that did far more than was needed, so most just relied on Excel spreadsheets, which can be inadequate as you grow. The small guys need as much help as the bigger guys but sometimes this part of the market-place is forgotten or has low-quality products. We are trying to rectify that!”
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