British charity technology experts Robin Fisk and Ben Brett have launched a new a cloud-based supporter management system, Donorfy, which aims to break the mould of charity CRM as we know it.
Donorfy is easy to use, affordable, has automated Gift Aid collection, unlimited number of users, and a unique user community. It is purpose built for fundraisers – giving instant access to their database, campaign management and stewardship programmes, wherever they are working online, via desktop, tablet, or smartphone.
Robin Fisk says: “Too often, small charities are still having to rely on home-made donor databases, and larger charities are running expensive systems that don’t work well in today’s world, or just won’t integrate well with other systems. We know the challenges around fundraising and we’re ambitious to solve them – starting with technology. Donorfy is ‘disruptive’ technology in the sense that it’s really easy to use, very smart and truly affordable, so it’s bringing about change by creating a level playing field; a universal platform suitable for every charity of every size.”
“We saw the need for a CRM system that is state-of-the-art in its sophistication and functionality, being able to accomplish the most complex fundraising tasks, yet one that is a simple joy to use. We have created Donorfy so that it is really easy and intuitive like the apps we all use every day; but above all it enhances and amplifies the work of fundraisers and supporter care teams. Being in the cloud means we can now make that affordable to small charities (free for the very small) as well as scalable and accomplished for the largest of NGOs.”
Donorfy will also offer Donorfy Community, a ‘chat-room’ style discussion forum will enable fundraisers to share and explore ideas amongst themselves, other teams and organisations.
Donorfy is now inviting interested parties to register for exclusive previews of the product prior to its launch in spring/summer this year.
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