Salsa Labs Announces Salsa Engage for Salesforce on Salesforce AppExchange, the World’s Leading Enterprise Cloud Marketplace
Salsa Labs today announced that it has launched its online Smart Engagement Technology, Salsa Engage for Salesforce, on Salesforce AppExchange, empowering customers to engage with their supporters, raise funds, and change the world!
Salsa Labs announced that it has launched its online Smart Engagement Technology, Salsa Engage for Salesforce, on Salesforce AppExchange, empowering customers to engage with their supporters, raise funds, and change the world!
Salsa Engage for Salesforce
Salsa Engage, purpose built for nonprofits, provides a single platform for email marketing, multi-channel advocacy and online fundraising. Salsa’s AppExchange integration is user friendly with no middle-ware requirements. Easy-to-use mapping, configuration, and log screens make it simple to manage the real time bi-directional data sync. Salsa also provides flexible options for adding new supporters and preventing duplicates.
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The integration provides a cost-effective single source alternative for customers who are juggling many disparate products for emails, donations, event registrations, peer to peer fundraising campaigns, social media advertising, and online Advocacy.
Donna Myers, Salsa’s CEO, says, “I am proud of the great job the Salsa team did in building the new Engage solution on Salesforce AppExchange . We were able to provide an integration that is simple to implement, yet powerful enough for advanced users who want to customize their integration.”
In developing this integration, Salsa solicited input from users and worked closely with experienced Salesforce developers in the nonprofit space, such as Common Voyage.
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“Salsa has been thorough and thoughtful in architecting their Engage integration with Salesforce. Salsa was careful to get real input from experts and end users. I have continued to be impressed with their integration that is both very customizable as well as easily understood and managed by every-day users.”
Salsa currently has more than 60 nonprofit organizations using the Salsa Engage for Salesforce platform. With the inclusion of the product on the Salesforce AppExchange, Salsa expects the number of users of Engage for Salesforce to increase quickly.
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