How does your 2016 Annual Campaign compare to 2015, 2014, or 2013? How many of your constituents are downgrading and upgrading? Who has a pledge payment due next month?
Reports should provide you with the answers to these questions, but what if they could do more than that?
What if they could tell you why?
Why did a donor give last year, but not this year? Why was your 2014 Annual Campaign more successful than 2015 or 2016? Why are people attending your events, reading your monthly newsletter, and even volunteering, but not supporting your organization financially?
New Bloomerang reporting provides organizations with answers to all the important questions, but is also able to answer possibly the most important question of all: why?
Donor Retention and Engagement Reporting
Filter on which donors have lapsed, and see how engaged they are and the actions you are taking to get them back (by creating columns that have filters of their own!).
Create comparison reports for campaigns, funds, fiscal years, etc., and analyze which interactions influenced their giving. Quickly change reports by dragging and dropping filters and columns, and watch the results update real time with each change.
Find Consecutive Donors that Attended Events
Find constituents based on both transactions and interactions, or any combination of timeline entries. Filters are designed so users can understand what’s happening by reading in natural language (no query language to learn!). Change your filters to look at Households to select based on cumulative giving of all members!
Send Emails and Letters From Saved Reports
Create letters and emails to communicate with the constituents in your reports. Bloomerang will automatically apply each constituent’s preferences to make any necessary exclusions.
With Bloomerang reporting, you are able to see more than just the data entered into your database. Our commitment to nonprofit best practices influenced every aspect of our new reporting system.
Get ready to take reporting to the next level and discover the “why.”