Dec. 18, 2017, 5:42 p.m. in Company News by Maureen McGregor
Engaging Networks was honored to be featured for the second year in a row in Firefly Partners’ annual Nonprofit Guide to Online Engagement Tools. This useful guide is a third-party review and comparison designed to answer the question: How well are software platforms aligning their toolsets with the needs of their nonprofit clients?
We got high praise from the reviewers at Firefly Partners, who have used our tools for many years on behalf of clients including Human Rights Watch and Human Rights Campaign. This work has given the tech team at Firefly Partners a solid understanding of our software.
Here’s an excerpt from the guide:
"Engaging Networks clients tend to be mid- to large-size organizations that need software capable of implementing a robust digital strategy with flexibility. Nonprofits with an international base will find Engaging Networks especially appealing, since the software supports multiple languages and currencies by design. Organizations looking for the personal touch will also be well-served by Engaging Networks’ software and support...The company’s tagline, “Software Love,” speaks to their passion for building great software (and a great team) that nonprofits around the world can trust to help spread their message and engage their supporters.”
Engaging Networks was one of only a few platforms reviewed that provides functionality in all 10 of the featured categories, namely: advocacy, API, constituent management database, email marketing, calendar events, fundraising, international, peer-to-peer fundraising, reporting and website integration.
“Humane Society International has been using Engaging Networks for 10 years, and we’ve always loved their amazing features and great tech support. They continue to grow and innovate, and now, with their intuitive new interface and page-builder technology that lets you create pages by dragging and dropping elements into place, we’re even more excited about how easy and efficient it is to use.” Polly Shannon, Senior Director of Marketing and Communications, Humane Society International