Age UK Salesforce Engagement Event – 18th July

Age UK’s Network Infrastructure Programme Team are holding an engagement event to demonstrate the Salesforce platform, including the benefits of using the platform.

With 12 local Age UKs currently exploring the use of Salesforce to support their handling of client data, Age UK are now looking for potentially interested Partners to get in touch and explore being part of the next cohort to move to the platform from September. If you’re interested in taking part, we’re holding an engagement event on Monday 18th July at 12:00 to share more details. Click here to book your place, or read on for further details.

Over the past few years, work has been undertaken to source and develop a single case, contact and rostering solution that fits the needs of local Age UKs.

Currently 12 local Age UKs are using, or transitioning to, Salesforce, a platform to handle their client data and help to plan and allocate work. The platform allows them to accurately evidence the outcomes and impact their teams have had locally.

Increasing the scope of the platform this year, further investment is being made to incorporate volunteering, marketing, and fundraising functionality, providing teams a powerful 360-degree view of the people that really matter to their organisations.

Salesforce Engagement Event – Monday 18th July

We are now looking for potentially interested Partners to get in touch and explore being part of the next cohort to move to the platform from September.

Please join us at the next engagement event being held online on July 18th, 12:00-13:30.

Register to attend here and find out more about the Salesforce CRM (Customer Relationship Management) including:

  • Strategic aims of the programme,
  • How Partners using the system are seeing benefits,
  • Demonstration of what is possible,
  • Information on how to get involved,

For more information about Salesforce or the engagement event, please contact Hayley Ross, Programme Manager – Case, Contact and Rostering, email: Hayley.Ross@AgeUK.org.uk.

Author: ageukcomms

Age UK

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