Get Salesforce running—at your speed.
As a non-profit, your Salesforce needs and challenges are unique. Whether you’re just getting Salesforce off the ground, scaling your CRM across departments, or customizing your program management, we have the expertise to develop solutions that match both your needs and your budget.
Our managed services approach allows us to work at your pace and according to your evolving priorities. Best of all, this approach means we’re an on-demand part of every team with work with—providing support, guidance, and troubleshooting when you need it.
Congratulations! You’ve made the big decision to go with Salesforce as your core CRM, and you’ve got your 10 free licenses. Now comes the tough part—going live when you have substantial needs but limited resources.
Having gotten Salesforce up and running for many non-profits like yours, Lane Four can help you come up with a practical and realistic plan to successfully get your new CRM off the ground.
We know—after working with dozens of non-profits—which key processes you can quickly map out in Salesforce. This means we can help you transition as soon as possible from manual to automated processes in areas like contact management and fundraising.
Talk to us about getting started with Salesforce, and we will develop a pricing structure that works with your needs.
Now that you’ve got Salesforce up and running, you’ll want to scale the system across your organization—centralizing information and facilitating streamlined processes across departments.
But with a technical tool like Salesforce, it can be daunting to go it alone. Even worse, the likelihood of adoption will suffer if your CRM does not evolve in response to challenges.
As you roll out Salesforce, Lane Four can be there—providing expert guidance and on-demand support. We offer a flexible support agreement that gives you access to our team on a weekly or monthly basis and allows you to continue moving forward with your Salesforce implementation according to your needs.
With Salesforce functional across departments, you can now customize it to manage your unique organizational programs. Lane Four has worked closely with many non-profit organizations to manage key aspects of their programs within Salesforce.
Some of Lane Four’s most recent program management projects include the following:
- Academy of Canadian Cinema and Television Canada – streamlined the membership application and renewal process within Salesforce, and built an awards database to house nominees and winners for all awards including the Canadian Screen Awards
- Canadian Film Centre – deployed the RSVP and check-in process for their large annual fundraising event, the CFC Annual BBQ
- Not Far From the Tree – developed a system to manage the fruit collection and donation process from donor trees across the GTA
- TRIEC – improved the Salesforce system that manages the application and selection process for the TRIEC Mentoring Partnership