LPis commitment to cutting edge CRM technology was confirmed this week. Thousands of tech-savvy developers, marketers, and business owners converged in San Francisco November 6-9 for Dreamforce, the premier conference for the Salesforce platform. LPi was among them.
Salesforce is used by small businesses and Fortune 500 companies worldwide as a cloud-based platform for sales, marketing, and more. In addition to customer relations management, Salesforce provides an innovative Community Cloud function for social connectivity. LPi is harnessing these tools to empower churches to manage their data, engage their parishioners, and grow their mission to form disciples.
LPi President Joe Luedtke co-presented a breakout session with Fr. Nathan March, pastor of Parish of the Holy Savior in Mexico, ME. Together they shared the overlapping nature of faith and technology in the modern world.
“Many churches rely on church management systems or donor management systems that were designed several decades ago,” Fr. Nathan shares. “In every age, it has been the constant challenge for the Church to figure out the best methods, tools, and practices for effectively communicating the message and engaging new members.”
Joe Luedtke adds, “The Parishioner Engagement System becomes the digital outreach for the Catholic Church beyond weekend Mass. It provides a tool for parishioners to communicate with one another, engage ministry groups, and invite friends into the community, all while keeping the parish office tuned in to what their parishioners need and want.”
LPi’s Parishioner Engagement System is currently in beta testing with parishes across the United States. You can learn more about this revolutionary new system here.