Relationship Science Launches Powerful RelSci Reports Feature that Delivers Actionable Opportunities Directly to Your Inbox
Initial Launch for Nonprofit Users Brings Recommended Potential Donors to the Surface
13 Sep, 2017, 12:31 ET
NEW YORK, Sept. 13, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Relationship Science, the leading technology platform for professionals to turn their relationships into a competitive advantage, announced today the launch of RelSci Reports, a free feature that provides users with automated emails containing targeted major gift prospects based on the user's own profile and nonprofit mission. The initial service launch is for the nonprofit sector and will be followed by multiple other market segments. RelSci Reports is a free product that is an expansion of the company's current subscription-based RelSci platform which provides individuals and organizations with professional relationship-focused tools that drive success.
Relationship Science is utilized by multiple top-tier nonprofits, including the Cleveland Clinic, NYU Langone Medical Center, American Cancer Society, Boys & Girls Clubs of America, Council on Foreign Relations, The Met, Robin Hood Foundation, Smithsonian Institution, and the New-York Historical Society. RelSci Reports provides users with a multi-layered business strategy for finding donors while leveraging current contacts. It also includes the latest industry news and information related to the relevant cause area, so the user can stay informed of all important announcements.
RelSci Reports stands out from competitive offerings because its proprietary back-end technology finds potential donors based on multiple criteria that are cross-referenced with each other to produce the most relevant matches. It's a new component of RelSci, which is the market's only solution of its kind that leverages relationship mapping technology to show users who they should reach out to via introductions from their current pool of contacts. Subscribers to the free RelSci Reports product can upgrade to a Professional or Enterprise subscription to access full prospect lists, research other prospective donors, and see how they connect to prospects via their current connections.
"We're thrilled to launch RelSci Reports to users in the nonprofit sector who want to leverage contacts to achieve greater success for their organizations," said Domenic Graziosi, CEO of Relationship Science. "We've learned a great deal from our enterprise clients about the importance of offering a service that helps them to develop the right professional relationships. We're looking forward to demonstrating the full power of RelSci to additional nonprofits through RelSci Reports."
RelSci Reports for nonprofits are sent daily to users and feature both potential donors and industry news that is tailored to the users' own profile. The reports also include information about board member connections, which allows users to effectively leverage their board for fundraising efforts. To learn more about how to receive free actionable development opportunities directly to your inbox, visit https://relationshipscience.com/client/nonprofit. Contact Relationship Science directly for information regarding the launch schedule of the upcoming RelSci Reports market segments.
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Relationship Science helps individuals and organizations leverage their relationships for a competitive advantage. RelationshipScience.com and the RelSci platform provide exclusive access to critical and actionable information on millions of influential people and companies to help users understand and leverage their relationship capital with the influential decision makers that matter to their success. Visit www.relationshipscience.com for more information.
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