iWave is thrilled to be recognized as a top tool for nonprofits by G2 Crowd for the third year in a row. G2 Crowd is a leading peer-to-peer business solutions platform that ranks software platforms based on user reviews.
With an overall satisfaction score of 89%, fourth among all nonprofit software, and first among donor research software, iWave is among the best tools available in the industry. iWave scores above the industry average in terms of ease of setup, quality of support, and ease of admin.
To be considered a top nonprofit tool, the software must be able to provide specific biographical and wealth information on prospects, include features to sort and filter prospects, provide a history of past donations, and evaluate donor contributions.
iWave was also designated a high-performer in both the small business and mid-market segments, as well as an overall leader within the nonprofit industry.
These accolades come only eight months after G2 Crowd identified iWave as a top Canadian tech company.
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About iWave – iWave is the industry’s top-rated fundraising intelligence platform. Their prospect research and wealth screening solutions help education, healthcare, and nonprofit organizations determine who to ask, how much to ask for, and when to ask, so they can fundraise with confidence. Since 1991, over 6000 development teams have used iWave to power their fundraising efforts.