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An Ending (Ascent)

Some of you already know this, and many of you don’t.  I’m departing BrightStep Partners this month, and June 30 will be my final day as full-time co-owner. So, what is the Next? First, I’m taking a little time off to

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NGO Divorced

In case folks missed it, mom and dad just got divorced, and hardly anyone is talking about it.  Salesforce.org didn’t entirely drop the mic regarding NGO Connect at the end of April, but it did release it into our ecosystem

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Upgrade Your Nonprofit When You Upgrade to NPSP3

Cross Posted from Salesforce.org: http://www.salesforce.org/upgrading-your-nonprofit-to-npsp-3-critical-questions-to-ask-yourself/

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Solving the Piece of Paper Problem

In honor of the Salesforce AppExchange turning 10, I want to talk about how we’ve solved what I call the “piece of paper problem” with two great applications: the Nonprofit Starter Pack (NPSP), and GridBuddy.  You’re probably already familiar with

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Nonprofits Sprint Forward in Seattle

I’m writing this blog while flying home from Seattle, WA where, for the past two days, almost 60 community members came together in support of the Salesforce Foundation and the Nonprofit Starter Pack (NPSP).  This was, in the years that

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Why Nonprofits Need the Salesforce Idea Exchange (And Why It Needs Nonprofits)

As nonprofits, and nonprofit-servicing organizations, we are accustomed to coming to the amazing and rich Power of Us Hub for support, community, and help. Yet for some things, Salesforce as a CRM platform, and not the Nonprofit Starter Pack, is the

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On This Moment

It’s truly rare and special to bear witness to an historic moment such as today. There are many who have come before and didn’t make it until now – we honor our fallen and departed. There are many who have

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