Year-End Database Audit: Tips to Prepare Your Nonprofit for 2018

Presenter: Bailey Benzle, Omatic Software
Year: 2017
Price: Members: FREE; Nonmembers: $39
Body of Knowledge Alignment:
 Prospect Research, Relationship Management, Data Analytics

Competencies and Levels: 

  • PR: Competency 1: Information Management/Records Management
  • RM: Competency 3: Relationship Management Database Management
  • DA: Competency 3: Data Manipulation Skills

Are you consistently having issues with data not being correct in records, mailings or reports? Has your organization’s database management changed time and again, and in turn, are there multiple schools of thought for handling data in your system of record? If you are planning any end of year campaigns or are hopeful for a cleaner, more efficient database management program for 2018, an audit is the best place to start. A database audit will allow you to better understand your current data problem areas, and, like most organizations, these database issues are likely causing additional work and, let’s face it, headaches. During this webinar, we will share how a database audit will help you uncover problem areas and how it can be used to get organization buy-in for changes, including best practices to implement those changes along with recommendations for an action plan to help prepare your database for the year ahead.

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