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Aptaria Sponsors Conference on Salesforce for Nonprofits

posted on July 21st, 2017by Andrew Lawlor

We’re proud to announce that Aptaria is an attending sponsor of Salesforce’s Expedition: Impact event in Washington, D.C.

At the Expedition: Impact conference on July 27, presenters will discuss strategies to address the challenges facing today’s nonprofits. Around 100 nonprofit executives will meet at the U.S. Institute of Peace for a day of networking and learning.

Talks and workshops will explore creative Salesforce-related solutions for growing a nonprofit’s impact. Topics will include competition, storytelling, and common assumptions that hold nonprofits back.

At Aptaria, we always look forward to Salesforce events as opportunities to exchange ideas. By staying on the cutting edge of Salesforce, we can apply the latest tactics and technology to help our clients succeed.

According to Salesforce.org, Expedition: Impact will provide attendees with “the tools you need to drive transformation within your own organization.” The event is by invitation only. However, our team will share highlights from the conference afterwards. Keep an eye on our blog for post-event thoughts.

Want to know more about Salesforce for nonprofits? Do you need a management system that can advance your mission more effectively? Browse our nonprofit case studies or contact us today.

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Andrew Lawlor is a leading authority and published author on cloud computing and CRM technology. He specializes in helping companies and government agencies fully integrate Salesforce and other cloud-based applications with enterprise software. Since founding Aptaria in 2002, Andrew has led integration and implementation projects for major clients including Citibank, Danone, Colliers International, American Red Cross, and ExxonMobil. Prior to Aptaria, he held IT management positions at Verizon and webMethods. Andrew holds an Electrical Engineering degree with honors from the University of Maryland at College Park and he studied computer science and electrical engineering at Columbia University's Graduate School. He is a Salesforce.com Certified Developer. Andrew lives in McLean, Virginia with his wife, daughter, and son. When not working he enjoys playing and watching basketball and playing poker.