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The real reasons why your CRM sucks: Hint, it may not be the software's fault! (Webinar)
There are many reasons that your CRM could be failing your organisation. However, in some cases, it’s not actually a vendor or technical issue. Instead, it’s likely caused by internal factors.
Knowing the root cause could be the difference between the cost of replacing the entire CRM and a significantly smaller investment.
Join us in this webinar as Tammy Ven Dange discusses the non-technical reasons why your CRM likely sucks, and what you can do about it. This is also a great time to bring questions about your CRM pains that Tammy can answer too.
Registrations: Free and exclusive to Associations Forum members and not-for-profit associations
ABOUT THE PRESENTER
Tammy Ven Dange, Strategic Advisor, Roundbox Consulting
Twenty-five years ago, Tammy Ven Dange helped a client set-up a new charity to support military veteran organisations. Since then, she’s remained heavily involved in the Not for Profit (NFP) sector while concurrently working in the IT industry for much of her career. Tammy started two NFPs, been on the Board or Advisory Committee for six (including the President of a Professional Association), facilitated many strategic planning sessions for others, and most recently was the CEO of a charity.
As for IT, Tammy entered the industry as a project manager for the original NASA SAP implementation in 2001. Her last corporate job in the sector was the Head of Public Sector for an Australian IT company. Today, Tammy helps Not for Profits make strategic decisions about IT and data with her business, Roundbox Consulting. It may be for the selection of an individual solution, or a full transformation roadmap that includes a review of their entire enterprise architecture.
In her spare time, Tammy is also the host of the podcast, “Executive with a Cause,” where she chats with for-purpose leaders about the nuts and bolts of running an organisation well.