United Methodist Communications (UMCOM), along with it's partners, The United Nations, The World Health Organization, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, is leading a global initiative to rid the world of Malaria through it's Imagine No Malaria initiative. Imagine No Malaria is more than just a campaign against a disease that kills children and destroys families. It’s a movement, to make real change in the world.
UMCOM needed a high end Donor and Constitute management system that would allow them to mange this large and important global initiative. It's current large commercial system could not do what UMCOM needed. After a thorough industry review, UMCOM choose CiviCRM because of its functionality, ease of use, and flexibility.
UMCOM choose BackOffice Thinking to implement CiviCRM because of our deep knowledge in CiviCRM, fundraising, strategic thinking, and track record of delivering highly complex solutions.
Since it's launch in Jan 2011, CiviCRM is managing millions in pledges and donations and tens of thousands of contacts throughout the world. UMCOM is looking to possibly expand the use of CiviCRM with events, personal campaigns, and tighter integration with Drupal.
Update: In February 2012 UMCOM expanded to use CiviEvents to manage a plethora of runs to support the Imagine No Malaria initiative.
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To quickly deliver a donation and constituent management system and to integrate it seamlessly with UMCOM's other solutions.
Timing. This was a large complex implementation with a short implementation period.
After a thorough industry review, UMCOM choose CiviCRM because of its functionality, ease of use, and flexibility. UMCOM had another highend commercial system, but did not believe that it could deliver what CiviCRM could.
There were many keys to the project including: pledge and donation online/offline capabilities, integration with UMCOM's existing solutions, ease of reporting, ease of constituent management, and flexible online receipting.
The project team included BackOffice Thinking's Principals, consultants, and developers; UMCOM's technology team, financial team, and business support team.