Posted by: Justin Wallace | October 25, 2010

ResourceRoom :: eTapestry (A message from Tim Hudson)

Are you and your staff struggling to be efficient, productive, or do you need to strengthen your fundraising revenue streams? eTapestry has a successful track record in helping ministries like yours who have found themselves struggling with one or more of the following issues:

  • Managing multiple data bases to track donor, church, student, and alumni information & relationships
  • Generating reports is difficult and time consuming
  • Email communications are not easy and integrated with database system
  • Need remote access to constituent information from home or smart phone
  • Online donations, registration and shopping cart are not integrated with the database
  • Limited IT staff, with increasing internal worry about the security of maintaining a database ‘in-house’
  • Can you relate to any (or all) of the issues above?

If so, I would like to invite you to one of two free webinars for campus ministry leaders to address some of the most common challenges nonprofit organizations are facing today. These webinar are designed to share some of the latest technology provided by eTapestry to help your staff become more efficient, productive and ultimately raise more money for your mission on the university campus.

  • Tuesday, Oct. 26th from 10-11:00am (ET)
  • Wednesday, Nov. 3rd from 2-3pm (ET)

To register or learn more about eTapestry, visit www.etapestry.com or click here to Register.

Please feel free to contact Barry Weaver, former campus pastor and now ACM’s rep at eTapestry, directly with questions as well.
Barry’s 411:
eTapestry – www.etapestry.combarry.weaver@etapestry.com
Phone: 1-317-336-3876

Of course, I’m available as well: tim@aofcm.org or text/talk 706-207-1289
agape,

 

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