We help nonprofit organizations with their data....

Auditing &


Most organizations don't actually understand the data they've got, its value, or what they can do with it. The first step in the process is to audit existing data assets. Read more

Cleaning &


A lot of data is 'dirty' - duplicate, incomplete, and flat-out bad data that cost organizations money and the goodwill of the individuals that data represents. Time to clean it. Read more

Analytics &


Mixing and matching data with other internal and third-party datasets is a fast and effective means of reaching precisely who you want with the right messaging. Read more

Migrating &


Far too many nonprofit organizations are afraid of moving their data to more useful, intuitive, powerful platforms. Relax those fears, we do it all the time and can help. Read more

Some recent posts from the blog

  • Workplace Giving Data Problems Just Got Worse
    October 5, 2015 by
    Nonprofits everywhere are struggling to get their hands on reliable, useful workplace giving data from corporate giving programs. This has been a problem for a long time. And it is only getting worse. What’s going on? It used to be a United Way problem Who remembers the days of charities arguing with local United Ways over the donor data? “We own the workplace giving data,” was the typical United Way response to charities wanting to know more about the donors supporting them, “because they are United Way donors – our...
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  • Fundraising without donor data: What’s that proverb about giving a man a fish?
    July 24, 2015 by
    Most charities raise money from many different sources – direct mail appeals, online donations, events, workplace giving campaigns, and matching gift programs to name a few. How often do the funds come in without usable donor data – or any donor data – behind it? If your organization is fundraising without donor data to support it, then you have a problem that needs your attention. It is time to manage that problem and reduce risk. What’s that proverb? We have all heard the proverb: Give a man a fish, you feed him for...
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  • Donor Data Management Dictionary
    June 1, 2015 by
    Every nonprofit needs a data management plan, especially for their donor data. The plan needs to address a variety of topics, such as data hygiene and enrichment, data usage in various communications activities, input/output management, and more. To help with your donor data management planning, we have created a Donor Data Management Dictionary to help you make sense of all the data jargon as it applies to the nonprofit organization’s business needs. Is more data jargon giving you a headache? Send us a note and we’ll add it to the...
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