iWave Pledges to Donate $50,000 to the Nonprofit Community

Charlottetown, September 5, 2017 – iWave Information Systems (iWave) is happy to announce a new initiative to donate up to $50,000 to various charitable organizations across North America. The iWave Gives Back program offers a unique opportunity for subscribers of iWave’s Prospect Research Online (PRO): Step 1: Subscribers of PRO can join the #iwavegivesback movement by […]


Recap: Apra Prospect Development 2017

We’ve just returned from sunny California.  Last week, four members of the iWave team gathered in Anaheim for Apra Prospect Development 2017.  We met prospect development professionals from across the United States, Canada, UK, and beyond. Needless to say, we had an amazing time.  Therefore, we wanted to share our #myAPRAstory about this great event. Special highlights California sun, […]


Prospect Research Roundtable #2

Welcome to iWave’s Prospect Research Roundtable #2.  Earlier in May, we connected with veteran researchers and consultants and pitched questions from you, the prospect research community.  Here are our participants this time around: Karla Benson / Manager, Prospect Research & Strategy at University of Victoria Sharise Harrison / Interim Senior Director, Data Resources, Analysis and Research […]


Prospect Research Roundtable #1

Welcome to the first (of many) iWave Roundtables.  To help celebrate #ResearchPride, iWave connected with prospect researchers to learn about their “day in the life.”  The guinea pigs for our first roundtable are: Sara Glover / Prospect Management and Research Officer, Wilfrid Laurier University Wilfrid Laurier University is a world-class postsecondary institution.  Laurier oversees several […]


Recap: APRA Regional Conference (ARC) 2017

We’ve just returned from beautiful Atlanta, Georgia.  Earlier this week, two members of the iWave team had the pleasure of meeting prospect development professionals from across the eastern United States at the APRA Regional Conference (ARC) 2017.  Because we had such a great time, we wanted to share our #myAPRAstory about this great event. Special highlights […]


iWave Partners With RelSci

iWave Information Systems, a nonprofit donor research and screening software provider is pleased to announce an enhanced partnership with Relationship Science (“RelSci”).  RelSci is a technology platform that enables institutions to harness the power of their relationships to accelerate business and fundraising development.  The partnership will bring select components of RelSci relationship data into iWave’s […]

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iWave and Thomson Reuters Partner to Help Nonprofits

iWave Information Systems is launching a new, enhanced wealth database within their donor research and screening software, Prospect Research Online (PRO).  The wealth data is provided by Thomson Reuters, a leading and well recognized provider of individual and company wealth and insider transaction information.  The addition of Thomson Reuters will bring iWave clients more donor […]


2016: A Year in Review

  2016 is drawing to a close.  Here at iWave, this past year was one of hard work, change, and unprecedented growth.  We’ve listed a few of the biggest accomplishments from the last year and a glimpse into what you can expect in 2017. iWave Turns 25! Our journey began all the way back in […]


Investing in Impact

What is impact investing?  In short, it’s a desire to get a big bang for your buck. In terms of prospect development, impact giving is not much different.  So how can researchers and fundraisers attract these types of donors?   Guest Post by Lori Hood Lawson, Working Philanthropy  Hard to believe #APRAPD2016 has come and gone already! […]


5 Tips For Using Charitable Donations Data

  Making sense of charitable donations data records is a critical step toward achieving your prospect development goals. Finding information about your prospects can sometimes be a case of feast or famine. With one prospect, you may struggle to uncover the material you need. With another, you may be worried you’re spending too much time […]

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