Some of you may know me as the Salesforce Admin-ing, spreadsheet loving, systems thinking author behind this blog.
But that’s not all I’ve done. In my youth, I’ve spent time as a detective, mermaid and ballerina. And just a few years ago, I also moonlighted as a resume writer.
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For many orgs, it’s the the end of the fiscal year. So it’s about that time when devo, IT, program and executive staff across the sector begin to ask the controversial question.
Is it time to ditch our nonprofit CRM / ESP / other database system?
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Gang. I’ve learned a ton working as a database admin.
Obviously, there’s the technical stuff I never thought I’d ever know. Like what it takes to build a Salesforce flow, the difference between coding languages (ish), and even how an API works.
Not that I could tell you what API actually stands for.
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The coronavirus is hitting our sector hard. And as a Salesforce Admin, I’m thinking about what we data/tech peeps can do to best serve our orgs right now.
Everyone’s in rapid response mode right now.
Nonprofits are scrambling to keep their programs running. On a personal level, many of us are bracing for what’s to come with this pandemic. So it’s really no surprise that the org database is the last thing on anyone’s mind…except for us.
By “us”, I mean anyone who leads on data or systems thinking for a nonprofit: database coordinators, Salesforce admins, accidental admins, data managers, and the lot.
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