Bromelkamp Company Hosts Annual Learning Academy
Minneapolis, MN; August 31, 2015: Bromelkamp Company LLC hosts its annual learning Academy this year on September 9-11, 2015. The 2015 Academy will be held in Cleveland, Ohio at the Foundation Center-Cleveland. The three day learning opportunity includes a section of classes for all levels of experience, including learning tracks for finance, program, administrative and fundraising staff. This year, a new class specifically for fund accounting troubleshooting will teach participants how best to navigate their Pearl database to find and correct common errors. In addition to the traditional evening networking event and President Henry Bromelkamp's annual keynote address, all participants are invited to join the Foundation Center for lunch one day, where they will engage in a dialogue about the services they offer. For more information and details, visit our website: http://bromelkamp.com/academy.
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Bromelkamp Company Offers Software Discounts to the Forum of Regional Associations of Grantmakers Partners
Minneapolis, MN; July 28, 2015: Bromelkamp Company LLC recognizes the value that regional membership groups provide to their constituents through service and information sharing. Members of the Forum of Regional Associations of Grantmakers offer an array of supportive services to their foundation members, including hosting learning webinars, providing access to relevant literature, and ensuring opportunities for skill development and networking. Members of regional associations gather regularly to review software options, as well as to discuss the trends in the field, and invite Bromelkamp Company to present their software solutions and facilitate meaningful discussions. Through this partnershoip, Bromelkamp Company is pleased to offer a discount on its Akoya.net and Pearl Software to participating Forum of Regional Associations of Grantmakers members.
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The Tawani Foundation Chooses First Akoya.net and eGrant.net Software to Manage Grantmaking Program
Minneapolis, MN; June 29, 2015: After considering several software options, the Tawani Foundation chose First Akoya.net and eGrant.net to support their operations. Executive Director Bradford L. Ballast led the search and states that "selecting First Akoya.net and eGrant.net for the Tawani Foundation was an easy decision. Having personally worked with Bromelkamp Company for nearly 20 years, I've experienced first-hand the outstanding quality of their products and customer service, and especially their commitment to customer satisfaction. Seeing how they have continued to be innovative with the development of Akoya.net only reassures me that this is a partnership that will help facilitate our work and let us focus on our mission."
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Minnesota Power Foundation Chooses First Akoya.net Software to Manage Grantmaking Program
Minneapolis, MN; May 21, 2015: The Minnesota Power Foundation, a longtime client of Bromelkamp Company, has decided to convert their internal operations software from First Pearl to First Akoya.net. First Akoya.net is cloud-based CRM (Customer Relationship Management) solution that meets all the grants management needs of a corporate, private, or family foundation. After 18 years of utilizing Bromelkamp Company's First Pearl software, the Minnesota Power Foundation sought software that would maximize their internal resources, was easily accessible to the employees who work in the multiple communities they serve, was flexible, and that came with outstanding customer support. They selected Bromelkamp's online CRM solution, First Akoya.net.
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Using Software to Measure Outcomes Across Diverse Programs
Minneapolis, MN; February 26, 2015: For decades private and family foundations have chosen an area of interest and then made grants that seek to support like-minded nonprofit organizations with the same interest. More recently funders have been called upon to measure the impact of their grantmaking. Those grantmaking organizations rely on the data reported from their grantees to convey to their communities and constituents their grantmaking effectiveness. Bromelkamp Company's clients have asked for guidance in tracking outcomes in their databases and how to use that data in their reporting. Join subject expert Henry Bromelkamp at the Grants Managers Network as they celebrate their 10th Annual Conference March 16-18, 2015, in National Harbor outside Washington, D.C., where they'll focus on perspectives about grantmaking in philanthropy. Bromelkamp will present a workshop at the Annual Conference that will demystify methods of capturing useful data in your database and help identify various reporting opportunities.
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