WealthEngine, a provider of wealth intelligence, prospect research, and marketing services for nonprofits, and DonorCommunity, an online fundraising software company, have partnered to help organizations improve their fundraising results. The partnership will enable organizations to understand virtually everything about their constituents in a single view by leveraging WealthEngine's data and wealth intelligence capabilities inside of DonorCommunity's automated online fundraising and marketing platform.
Salesforce (NYSE: CRM), the Customer Success Platform and world's #1 CRM company, today announced that it has expanded the Salesforce Analytics Cloud ecosystem—opening up a new world of insights for every business user. Since launching the Analytics Cloud a month ago, more than 45 partners have joined the ecosystem. Now any custom analytics app can include industry-specific customer intelligence from the world's leading information providers, including Dun & Bradstreet, Health Market Science and Thomson Reuters. In addition, new integration providers, ISVs and SIs—including Bluewolf,Capgemini, IBM Cast Iron and SnapLogic—will enable companies to extend analytics for...
How does a firm’s rate of growth impact the influence of a strategic CFO? Join us as Dawn shares her CFO mind-set and explains why she views growth as being essential to CFOs realizing their strategic value.
The potential business value of big data continues to grow. Advocates claim that many industries and businesses, including wealth management, are just starting to tap into the wealth of “actionable intelligence” that is available as the amount of data keeps growing. The usual definition of big data (BD) cites three common criteria known as the “three Vs.” In a May 2013 report, “Big Data in Wealth Management: The Search for Customer Insight,” the consulting firm Celent “defines big data on three dimensions (volume, velocity, and variety), and the process includes capturing and gathering data, analytics,...
British porcelain maker Wedgwood is keeping its historical archive intact thanks to a public donation campaign that raised money through texts and online. The Wedgwood Collection, which includes more than 80,000 works of art, manuscripts, photos and ceramics from the brand’s 250-year history, was in danger of being separated and sold off. Two months ahead of schedule, Wedgwood raised the last approximately $4.37 million needed through a public call for donations in partnership with charity organization the Art Fund.

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