ENP Newswire -
Release date- 07072014 - As more patrons expect convenience and immediacy when they give, many nonprofits are seeking ways to accelerate and simplify the process of donation gathering for their donors.
To support this growing need, Sprint hosted a free informational technology seminar for the local nonprofit community in the
Among the demonstrations, the
Connecting through Sprint's wireless network, this simple-to-use application enables nonprofits to quickly and securely accept on-the-spot donations with an encrypted credit card reader attached directly to smartphones or tablets and send electronic receipts to donors. Nonprofits can also connect with donors more effectively by reviewing giving history and be able to market a similar cause to patrons.
'Nonprofits are always looking for the easiest way for patrons to commit,' said
Attendees also took notes from the customer testimonial by
Another attendees' favorite was the wireless forms by Canvas that allows nonprofits to have a paperless office with improved productivity and higher efficiency. By replacing cumbersome paper forms with customizable mobile apps, nonprofits can lower overhead cost, streamline processes, and reducing their environmental footprint.
'Adopting wireless forms will greatly help our organization boost productivity and make fewer errors,' said
The expo also covered a wide variety of solutions, including Sprint Spark, video surveillance by CheckVideo, remote presence by Double and fleet tracking management by GeoTab.
If you'd like to learn more about how these solutions, and more, can help your nonprofits operate more efficiently, contact a Sprint Sales representative at 866-313-6672.
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