Reason #6 why you can’t miss the Soapbox User Summit

Last week we shared Reason #7 of why you should attend the Soapbox User Summitlots of training for a great value. This week we continue our countdown with:

Reason #6: Intimidated by Salesforce? We’ll break it down for you, accidental techie-style

Many of you have probably heard of Salesforce.com’s generous product donation to 501(c)(3) organizations. (If you haven’t, check it out immediately!) Some of you might already be Salesforce users. Regardless of your Salesforce chops, it’s easy to get overwhelmed by the magnitude of potential with this CRM tool. From donation management, to event registrations, to email marketing, to volunteer and membership management, your head can spin with all the possibilities of bringing your programs and operations under one roof. One PICnetter calls it killing a mosquito with dynamite! Plus the speed of development is so fast, that even us developers have to hustle to keep up!

Soapbox has the unique position of bringing the most cutting-edge out-of-the-box integrations with Salesforce to the non-profit community. No longer do the world’s do-gooders have to wait in line for the latest and greatest technological innovations! At SUS12, we’ll show you why we believe Salesforce holds long term promise and cost-savings for non-profits and what PICnet is doing to bridge the gap between your website and this powerful platform.

Don’t be intimated any longer! Learn how you can take advantage of 1) the best tools to engage your audience and 2) the active non-profit user community behind Salesforce.

Register now for the Soapbox User Summit on April 19th in DC: http://www.picnet.net/sus12

Stay tuned for the next 5 reasons to share with your boss why you can’t afford to miss SUS12.

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