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We work with many of the world's best known charities

We are privileged to work with dozens of small and large nonprofits around the world. Many of the international groups we support use our technology in up to 12 different countries. One of the reasons is the capacity of our software to support any language.

Latest articles from the blog

Integrating Engaging Networks with Raiser's Edge

"Raiser's Edge" is a database used by many nonprofits worldwide as their “donor database of record.” So it’s not surprising that one of the most common questions asked by prospective Engaging Networks’ clients is: "How does your Engaging Networks software platform integrate with Raiser's Edge?”

A frequent answer to this question is the tool that I built, namely the JMG Solutions “Super Importer and Exporter,” also known as the "SIE."  

Email split testing ...and cloven bananas

Two things of great significance in my life happened in the first decade of the 20th century. (Before you panic, it's OK, I'm not really that old.)

Number one was the invention of the banana split in Pennsylvania in 1904. I feel that my life would have a small boat-shaped gap in it, without this lovely dessert.

Number two was the first ever split A/B test, run only a matter of months later by the legendary Claude Hopkins. And thus began an embarrassing obsession of mine. 

Coincidence? I think not. 

What a way to end the year

In North America, a very high percentage of total charitable giving happens between December 1st and December 31st. It's tax driven:  Donors wait until the end of the tax year to give. The transactions that we processed in 2014 bear this out. I looked at the numbers across a sample of four of our clients that raised a total of $4.05 million with us in calendar 2014. Exactly 43.7% of that total, or $1.77 million, was raised in December.