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Sep 12, 2021

It’s not just the information that’s important; it’s how you present it

There is so much information out there.

And that’s a problem.

It’s a problem because many of us spend more time looking for relevant information than we do acting on information. And that is a losing proposition.

I’m a firm believer that the best information is the type that is easily absorbed. Since Analytical Ones’ inception in 2002, that has been our guiding principle because easily absorbed information can be easily leveraged in action. And that’s the whole point, right?

You may not realize it, but your nonprofit organization is sitting on a gold mine of data. But a gold mine is only valuable if you get in and start digging. Data collection and storage is a good start, but means nothing without someone or something who can present the data to decision makers in an easily digestible format. Analytical Ones has the right format for your audience, our Strategic Growth Analysis Executive Summary.

Take a look at the Executive Summary and let us know how we can partner to create results reporting that is digestible and actionable for you and your decision makers.

Strategic Growth Analysis

A1S Selection for the Win! (again)

      Do you worry that you overmail your donors? YES If you could save those production and postage pennies, would you divert them to other relationship-building outreach? YES But how do you know which donors to mail and not to mail in a given...

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Talent & Teamwork

Congratulations to Sepp Kuss, the first American to win a cycling grand tour in 10 years. Sepp (in the middle of the photo) won the 3-week bicycle race La Vuelta a España due to his incredible talent of riding uphill really fast and the help of his Jumbo Visma...

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Why Lifecycle Metrics are So Important

The donor database file audit that Analytical Ones prepares for its clients is called the Strategic Growth Analysis (SGA). One of the keys to the SGA is that we look at many metrics by donor lifecycle. We do this because file composition – or the proportion of donors...

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