Why Percolator?

We help our clients wield technology for engagement and mobilization.

How We’re Different

Advocacy & Salesforce

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Our clients use technology to change the world. Check out recent projects.

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Technology

We are experts in: Salesforce implementation and custom development, system integrations, email and online action tools, organizing platforms, and website strategy and development

Ongoing Support

Our strategy and technical retainers ensure you have the support you need, whether it’s regular strategic guidance, a technical help-desk, or full-court press to support your staff and volunteers.

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StepUp

Our Salesforce app StepUp helps you track supporter engagement across your organization, from volunteers to donors to online action takers. Real-time dashboards help you manage, focus, and measure your engagement efforts.

Engagement Strategy

We are experts in: Digital campaigns, email strategy, google analytics, theory of change mapping, audience analysis, and engagement organizing.

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What We’re Thinking About

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The Importance of a Thorough Discovery Process

A discovery process is where your consultants spend time digging into how your systems currently work as well as your needs and ambitions for your new system. Discovery usually includes staff and/or other stakeholder interviews, technical research, and the formulation of an architectural approach and implementation budget. Read more

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Six Technology Policies and Processes Every Nonprofit Needs

Too often nonprofits manage technology from one emergency to the next, on a tiny budget, so technology policies may never cross their minds. But written technology policies are worth it. They will help you clarify your organization’s approach to tech, set expectations for staff, and handle staff growth and turnover. Read more