Mast is delighted to announce a new partnership with Pythagoras, a leading Microsoft Dynamics 365 provider, to support their clients migrating from legacy CRM platforms to Dynamics 365. This collaboration addresses a growing need in the non-profit market for highly skilled consultancy around moving data and processes from legacy systems to more modern CRM platforms.
Mast: providing advice and guidance on how best to approach CRM modernisation
To keep pace with changing expectations and an increasingly digital world, many charities are looking to migrate from their existing database to a more intelligent and flexible CRM platform with a clear roadmap for future development. At Mast, we have an unrivalled insight into these legacy platforms, having written, delivered, and supported some of the most widely used fundraising solutions over the past 30 years. This means that we truly understand the intricacies of current implementations and appreciate the challenges, opportunities and scale of effort involved in moving to a new platform.
Martin Thompson (Director at Mast) comments, ‘We see this partnership as an important addition to our existing portfolio of services and existing partnerships. Proper data analysis and preparation is an essential part of a project and our expertise will help reduce risks of possible delays and increased costs. We are excited to work with Pythagoras.’
Pythagoras: delivering futureproof CRM for less with Dynamics 365
As a leading Microsoft Dynamics 365 provider that specialises in the non-profit sector, Pythagoras has supported over 90 non-profits in their CRM journey, from strategic implementations to large scale transformations.
This new partnership between Mast and Pythagoras will allow their clients to benefit from Mast’s comprehensive experience in effectively and accurately gathering system, process and data requirements before migrating to Dynamics 365.
Find out more about our partnership by contacting Martin at email@example.com
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