Press Coverage Highlights for June 18 – July 1
Our data, expertise and more were featured in many prominent publications, such as About.com, Benzinga, Cursive Content, Ignite Fundraising, and Charleston Digital Corridor
How to Grow Income and Keep Donors with Monthly Giving
About Money ● June 26 ● Product mention / Thought Leadership
Some CRM systems, such as Blackbaud’s Credit Card Updater, can make it much easier to deal with expired credit cards or when a donor simply changes his or her credit card. That happens more these days because of security issues. Recommended resources: Implementing a Recurring Gift Program – A white paper from Blackbaud.
- Blackbaud: Big Fish In The Small Non-Profit Software Pond
Benzinga ● June 28 ● Company News
Baird’s Steven Ashley reiterated Blackbaud’s outperform rating and $70.00 price target after meeting with Blackbaud’s management team last week. Blackbaud’s lone wolf position in the non-profit software space gives the company an advantage executing M&A deals, positioning itself as a “strategic bidder” according to Ashley. The analyst expects future M&A to add 2.00 percent to management’s goal of 6–10 percent organic growth.
- Listen to This to Write a Better School Website [#PODCAST]
Cursive Content ● June 23 ● Thought Leadership
Read on and listen up! You’re about to get some serious website content insight, courtesy of Blackbaud’s K-12 Podcast, Randy Vaughn’s School Marketing Podcast … and me!
- Philanthropy by the Numbers: The Stories Behind the Stats
Ignite Fundraising ● June 29 ● Thought Leadership
Have you seen the recently released npEXPERTS eBook: Philanthropy by the Numbers: The Stories Behind the Stats? As the folks at Blackbaud describe it: It’s a collection of “11 of the best and brightest minds in philanthropy speaking up about what’s happening in the sector today and how these trends are shaping the future.”
CofC Course Pairs Computer Science Students With Tech Firms
Charleston Digital Corridor ● June 13 ● Company News
In January, representatives from 12 Lowcountry technology companies went to the class and pitched projects to the students. Some were pet projects that the company didn’t have the time, money or personnel to complete, and others were more mission-critical projects that could be integrated into the company’s day-to-day operation, van Delden said. Team Blackbaud worked on an app to plug into the company’s everydayhero website.