Introducing grantFlex - grant-making solution on Salesforce

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Introducing grantFlex - grant-making solution on Salesforce

We are proud to announce the launch of grantFlex – a solution developed on Salesforce by Hyphen8 to help grant-making non-profits to accelerate their transformation. The product has been designed to fast-track implementations based on our experience delivering proven solutions on this powerful platform to a wide variety of grant-makers for more than 6 years.

Our core product (which we offer completely free of charge!) comes with a comprehensive array of functionality to manage each stage of the grant management lifecycle.  We will explore each of these areas in more depth in a series of coming blogs; application, assessment, decision, payment, monitoring and analytics.

Highlights

In addition to the out of the box CRM functionality offered by the Salesforce platform, highlights of our product include:

  • A data model to manage funding requests, payments, funds, requirements, reviews and monitoring all future-proofed to optimise Communities
  • Charity commission page look-ups
  • Optional access to our standard integrated grant application and monitoring form templates
  • Grant data extract report to meet 360Giving standard

And that’s just the start!  The core product can be customised with a range of optional extras and can be tailored to meet any specific requirements.

Hyphen8 services

In addition to solution design and implementation, Hyphen8’s has an ongoing support service, evolve.   Proving complete flexibility to access to our full team to provide expert guidance, training or enhancements when you need it.

If you are looking to get started quickly with minimal pressure on your precious internal resources – we can offer our acceler8 service.

We plan to share much more information on grantFlex over the coming weeks.  If you are interested in hearing more, please get in touch at team@hyphen8.com and visit our website.

 

 

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