December 3, 2008 - The Salvation Army Southern Territory (TSAS) chose Blackbaud Enterprise CRM as its centralized database to support the sharing of cross-division information, facilitate improved reporting and streamline operations.

 

At a national level, The Salvation Army raised $2 billion in 2007 and recently ranked No. 2 in The Chronicle of Philanthropy’s “Philanthropy 400” list of organizations that raise the most funds from private sources. Though donations grew at a national level by 23 percent last year, growth in request for aid has surpassed that amount in recent weeks.

 

“Blackbaud Enterprise CRM was the clear choice for The Salvation Army Southern Territory. Built on the .NET Infinity platform, the solution is extensible and will be able to handle the high volume of data that our organization requires. Most important, the solution will empower our users to easily access only the data they need based on each of their specific job functions,” said Commissioner Max Feener, who leads TSAS. “It was not only the technology that led us to Blackbaud, but their people and their expertise with federated organizations. Blackbaud has the experience to support integrated fundraising for large organizations and the knowledge to help us spread best practices throughout the Territory.”

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