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Nonprofit data migration: Why you can’t take it all with you.

Nonprofit data migration: Why you can’t take it all with you.

You’ve gone through all the planning, testing, evaluating, and decision-making necessary to find the best CRM solution for your organization. Which means the really important work is done, right? Half-right. Your nonprofit must avoid the most common mistake made in a nonprofit data migration – trying to load all of your old data into your new CRM. Odds are it can’t be done, nor should you want to. Donor data means big challenges – and opportunities Obviously, a CRM system is incredibly important to every nonprofit’s fundraising success. But its […]

About Gary Carr

Gary is the founder and president of Third Sector Labs. With more than 20 years of experience delivering software and data solutions to a wide variety of clients, Gary turned his attention to the overwhelming problem of data. Third Sector Labs is committed to making sense of data for the nonprofit industry.

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Data brokers under fire: What does that mean for nonprofits?

Data brokers under fire: What does that mean for nonprofits?

The buying and selling of consumer data – data brokerage – is a multibillion-dollar industry that is getting a lot of attention on Capitol Hill.  Nonprofits need to pay attention to this issue because the quality of your data may be impacted. In October, Senator John D. Rockefeller IV, chairman of the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation, expanded his committee’s investigation into the industry, an investigation that has been going on for more than a year.  So far, lots of questions are being asked in order to better […]

About Gary Carr

Gary is the founder and president of Third Sector Labs. With more than 20 years of experience delivering software and data solutions to a wide variety of clients, Gary turned his attention to the overwhelming problem of data. Third Sector Labs is committed to making sense of data for the nonprofit industry.

Read more

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