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Donorfy launches professional edition for growing charities

Donorfy, the fundraising database and charity CRM, today announces the launch of professional versions of its cloud-based fundraising software and giving tools.

Donorfy were chosen as the charity CRM for the BBC Radio 4’s annual multi-million pound fundraising appeal with St Martin’s in the Field, a large-scale national fundraising campaign, showing the platform’s ability to handle millions of donations in a short space of time.

The new Donorfy editions are:

  1. Essentials (Free): Start your journey to a better, cloud-based CRM with website integration, email and events. No more spreadsheets.
  2. Professional (From £39 per month): Grow your organisation by managing high-value relationships, build your supporter base and save time with automation.
  3. Premium  (From £139 per month): Scale your performance, get direct access to your data, visualise your data with Business Intelligence tools, optimise targeting with segmentation.

Pricing for each edition is based on an organisation’s monthly subscription, but each edition is for unlimited users, has no up-front payment and includes support.

Donorfy has also retained its free version, so small charities can get started with a charity CRM no matter their budget.

Robin Fisk, founder of Donorfy, explains why different versions for different sizes of charities have been launched: “We all know that one size does not fit everyone, so for 2017 we are making Donorfy available in editions that fit the needs and budgets of small, mid-size and large organisations. Now Donorfy has a plan that will work for your charity no matter what size you are, or want to be.

“Donorfy was built to scale according to demand. The built-in integration with the Stripe payment gateway, coupled with the sheer power that’s available from the Microsoft Azure cloud infrastructure means that Donorfy is now able to process thousands of donations with ease. And as data goes directly into the CRM it means charities are able to get timely analysis and insights as donations come in.”

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