Migrate from CiviCRM Spark
Spark is an innovative platform based on CiviCRM, a popular open source CRM used by nonprofits around the world. Designed to introduce nonprofit organizations to CRM software, Spark is ideally suited to organizations that seek to come off of spreadsheets and on to legitimate CRM software without feeling overwhelmed in the process.
Nonprofits are attracted to CiviCRM as an open source CRM tool because of its flexibility and because of its low total cost of ownership. It provides world class contact management, event management, email marketing, case management and general relationship management functionality out of the box.
Having said that, the full download version of CiviCRM comes with some degree of technical overhead that can be offputting for many nonprofit organizations. With CiviCRM Spark, organizations can overcome these technical hurdles and benefit from an easy to set up, full managed CiviCRM hosting platform with Spark.
Take CiviCRM Spark to the next level
As a tool, CiviCRM Spark is a wonderful CRM for nonprofits. Because of its limitations, however, it is likely that many nonprofits will outgrow it or will simply need, because of their own growth in operations, more features and capabilities.
Greenleaf ONE presents users of CiviCRM Spark with a natural progression onto a more feature rich version of CiviCRM that includes full access to the underlying content management system along with other features unique to Greenleaf ONE.
What else do you get with Greenleaf One?
fully integrated content management system with a powerful drag and drop builder, premium extensions and advanced features;
support, training, video tutorials and other resources to ensure that you have the information you need to build, maintain and empower your organization’s online presence
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3 Signs You’re Ready To Upgrade
You’ve hit Spark’s limitationsCiviCRM Spark is a great starting point for many nonprofit organizations seeking to use CRM software for the first time. And while it has generous limitations, many organizations that experience either operational growth or growth in the complexity of their systems will run into Spark’s limits, for example on the number contacts it can store or emails it can send.
You need more extensionsThere are two higher levels than the intro version of CiviCRM Spark, each covering a major feature set; CiviMail and CiviRules. And while there are other extensions, organizations may need a broader range of capaibilities and may require unsupported extensions.
You need a Content Management SystemAgain, CiviCRM Spark is awesome. But, it lacks direct access to the underlying CRM software. For Greenleaf ONE, this is WordPress. Organizations that need a website or that need greater control over user access need an underlying CMS.