Tracking stakeholders and communication internally and externally is fundamental to running a not-for-profit. However most CRM software systems are designed to measure sales and revenue and then market themselves for nonprofits, when really it’s a square peg in a round hole.
We wanted to create a system that helps nonprofits to measure their impact and engagement in their communities. Our application provides organisations with CRM style tools to manage their workforce, co-ordinate their networks and plan their projects.
We take pride in all of our work, but Mantle is more than a little bit special for us. The idea of Mantle came about through numerous discussions with Active Suffolk, one of our partners. They needed a tool to help coordinate the support they provide throughout Suffolk, to help them stay on top of things and share information throughout the team.
We looked into the world of CRM systems for nonprofits, and were disappointed with what we found. CRM systems for nonprofits existed, but were lacking a real understanding of what nonprofits need in order to do their jobs. Crucially, we identified that none of the system in existence were able to help a nonprofit understand how much impact their work was having, or how effectively they were using funding they have been provided with.
Head of Operations, Active Suffolk
We worked with multiple nonprofits to really understand what was required, and set about designing, building and polishing Mantle.
We’re now actively helping nonprofits understand their impact and to become more efficient, and we’re not even close to being finished.
We’re adding new features to Mantle all of the time and continuing our conversations with nonprofits to understand what they need so we can deliver the best service possible.
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