FinDock Demonstrates Excellence within Salesforce Ecosystem
FinDock announced that it has been named a recipient of the Salesforce Partner Innovation Award for Industry Stories. FinDock has received this award in recognition of how its native payments platform has supported Save the Children Netherlands in transforming its fundraising organization by embedding payments operations and donor payment data into its overall fundraising and donor journey within Salesforce.
Through the use of Salesforce and FinDock, Save the Children Netherlands has increased its percentage of income from individual donors from 30 – 70% between 2015 – 2022 which has had a significant impact on the organization. The team has also been able to increase direct debit income by 450%, and reduced debit debit failures by 60%.
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“The team at FinDock is incredibly proud to be recognised through this Innovation award,” shares Bas Visser, Founder and CEO, FinDock. “Save the Children Netherlands is an amazing example of the power of payments in Salesforce and we’re delighted to be able to highlight their story and the incredible work their team has done to achieve its success.”
“FinDock makes it possible for our fundraising team to maximize results and resources as we can now automate important donor journeys and payment processes. Because of this, we can spend more time designing logical and meaningful engagements to acquire new donors and to get more value out of our existing donors,” shares Jeroen Beelen, Data & Marketing Automation Manager at Save the Children, Netherlands. “There is a great partnership between our team and the FinDock team, one we’re looking forward to developing into the future.”
“Salesforce Partner Innovation Award winners, such as FinDock, help customers grow faster and reach further in this new digital economy,” said Tyler Prince, Executive Vice President, Alliances & Channels, Salesforce. “Salesforce partners are integral to enabling digital transformation and driving customer success.”
Salesforce partners such as FinDock are part of the growing Salesforce economy, which according to a study by IDC, is projected to produce 9.3 million new jobs and $1.6 trillion in new business revenue by 2026. The study finds that Salesforce is driving massive gains for its partner ecosystem, which will see $6.19 in gains for every $1 Salesforce makes by 2026. Salesforce has also found that more than 90% of its customers use partner apps and experts.
The tenth annual Partner Innovation Awards recognize the significant contribution Salesforce partners have made across clouds, industries, and the broader partner program – including consulting firms, digital agencies, resellers and ISV partners. For a full list of this year’s Partner Innovation Award winners, please see here.
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FinDock is a Salesforce native app that unlocks payments on the Salesforce platform. As payment methods and channels diversify, organizations need to be agile in order to meet supporter demands now and in the future. FinDock supports them in doing this.
With a robust payments architecture and user-centered tools to control end-to-end payments management, FinDock enables any organization to capture, process, and reconcile all payments directly in Salesforce.
FinDock ensures your data is unified and actionable in Salesforce which means you’ll not only be able to achieve operational efficiencies but also deliver more meaningful and impactful supporter experiences.
For more information, go to: https://findock.com/
About Save the Children
As the largest independent children’s rights organization in the world, Save the Children gives children a healthy start, the opportunity to learn and protection from injustice. Every day again. Unconditionally.
For more information, go to: https://www.savethechildren.nl/