Managing 3rd-party software implementations

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Managing 3rd-party software implementations, including a new Constituent Relationship Management (CRM) system, fundraising system, member management system, or any software that your organization paid big bucks to a vendor for, is an opportunity for creative tension and creative solutions. This session will present learnings from projects, including project management, technology integration and testing. We’ll also fold in discussion of pitfalls to avoid and specific actions to take during implementation, actions aimed at supporting the achievement of operational and reporting needs that organization’s seek by implementing such systems.

Session Notes

Session notes will be posted here.