Here we go with day two of the 2010 NTEN Nonprofit Technology Conference
in Atlanta. Yesterday’s Affinity Group sessions and workshops kicked things off and the Science Fair was a lot of fun.
NTEN NTC will start off this morning with the Opening Plenary by Andrew Sullivan from The Atlantic.
The sessions continue today and here is one of the Blackbaud featured presentations:
CRM — Facilitating the Constituent Journey
Friday, April 9, 3:30 p.m., Chestnut Room — M3
Blackbaud’s Richard Geiger and Molly Maple
will highlight how Blackbaud Enterprise CRM is helping nonprofits
transform their view of the donor into the holistic constituent view and
how the platform, combined with CRM strategy, are converging to deliver
Tweetaway continues today as well. Blackbaud will be donating $250 each day to two nonprofits
that participate in the NTC
Tweetaway. NTC attendees can enter for a
chance to win by following Blackbaud on Twitter and
@replying with a response tagged #10NTC to the daily subject that will
be posted each morning at 9 a.m. ET.
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