Announcing the Convio Common Ground Refugee Migration package

UPDATE: The Convio Common Ground Refugee Migration package offering provided by PICnet and Exponent Partners in conjunction with Dreamforce 2012 is now closed.

Are you a Common Ground refugee looking for options? PICnet’s Convio Common Ground Refugee Email Hotline is still available at commongroundrefugee@picnet.net.

To assist nonprofit refugees forced to flee from the discontinued Convio Common Ground platform. Exponent Partners and PICnet are pleased to present the Convio Common Ground Refugee Migration package. Migrate your nonprofit from Convio Common Ground to the Salesforce Nonprofit Starter Pack. Get real time integration with your website through Soapbox Engage to manage new contacts, events, donations and much more!

What’s included?

  • Requirements gathering, summary, and project management
  • Application customization including user setup, workflow processes, communication templates, and custom reports
  • Donation page builder
  • Events registration system
  • Form builder
  • Searchable directory builder
  • End-user training

Add on services

  • Data migration from Convio Common Ground to Nonprofit Starter Pack
  • Strategic services for setup of Soapbox Engage web integration tools
  • Web design migration so your Soapbox Engage tools match your website

Interested in learning more? Swing by the Exponent Partners or the Soapbox Engage booth at Dreamforce at the Salesforce.com Foundation Zone in Moscone West, 3rd floor or email commongroundrefugee@picnet.net!

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