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With ResultsPlus nonprofit CRM (Constituent Relationship Management) software, you can design and implement major donor cultivation strategies, foster your growing recurring gifts program, send appointments to officers "in the field" via iCal email attachments, and segment your constituents in innumerable ways. You can research your donors from within ResultsPlus to learn about their wealth holdings. Interested in Online Giving? We've got that too. 

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What’s better is that you can then leverage all these features using our fully integrated overviews and dashboards to analyze your current performance, see where your prospects are in your giving pipeline, let your major gifts officers and account managers see, at-a-glance, where all their people are in the pipeline, and schedule the automatic distribution of reports to stakeholders. You can report on your campaign, appeal and fund performance along with how your various segments are doing. And this is just the beginning.

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Channel Your Inner Type A: Segmenting Donors

Even if you're typically relaxed, easy-going and go-with-the-flow, there's a little bit of Type A in all of us. When you're walking through the store and see a jar of peanut butter facing the wrong direction, one shirt unfolded, a roll of paper towel in the soup aisle... there's a little piece of all of us that gets driven a little crazy by these inconsistencies.