Running a Corporate Community Impact Program Like a Business

New to the QuickBase marketing team, I’m Liz McCann and am focused on driving more attention to the QuickBase product. Based on feedback from folks wanting new ideas on how to use QuickBase, we are having our first Webinar that highlights a great example of how Intuit uses QuickBase. We’d like to invite you to join us. See the announcement below for more information and please continue sending us more ideas!

With over 7,000 employees across 49 sites, tracking Intuit’s contributions to our various communities means tracking over 35% employee participation, over 17,0000 volunteer hours, over $180,000 in grants, over $1 million in donations and matching, and innumerable in-kind and product donations. To track the company’s contributions, Jenna Mahina runs this program "like a business", which means with trackable processes, fast and accurate reporting, and most important, a clear view of accomplishments. After looking at specialty applications which cost between $50,000 to $100,000, Jenna decided she could get just what she needed by using QuickBase.

On Wednesday, February 1st at 2pm EST, Jana Eggers, General Manager for QuickBase and Jenna will be coming together to share Jenna’s success story in a live webinar session.

To register for the webinar you can go to the following url: https://www.quickbase.com/db/ba862t3m7?a=GenNewRecord 


Liz McCann

QuickBase Channel Program Leader for Intuit QuickBase focused on delivering a best in class program for our solution providers, so they can drive great results for our customers. Loves the outdoors and exploring new things. Follow her @emmccann.

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  • James LaCorte

    I have been looking forward to this for some time. But, it looksl ike I have a meeting conflict. Is there anyway I can get notes, examples, or talk to someone, or get the info presented another time?

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  • James LaCorte

    I have been looking forward to this for some time. But, it looksl ike I have a meeting conflict. Is there anyway I can get notes, examples, or talk to someone, or get the info presented another time?

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  • http://www.quickbase.com Jana Eggers

    James,

    The Webinar will be recorded, so you can view it later. Will that work for you?

    Thanks,
    Jana

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  • http://www.quickbase.com/ Jana Eggers

    James,

    The Webinar will be recorded, so you can view it later. Will that work for you?

    Thanks,
    Jana

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  • james lacorte

    Yes that will work. Please email me when I can review the recorded webinar.
    thanks!

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  • james lacorte

    Yes that will work. Please email me when I can review the recorded webinar.
    thanks!

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  • Polly Edwards

    I would have loved to attend this, but how would I have known it was going on? I happened to check the blog today because I noticed the minor update, but I never received any notification about the webinar.

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  • Polly Edwards

    I would have loved to attend this, but how would I have known it was going on? I happened to check the blog today because I noticed the minor update, but I never received any notification about the webinar.

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  • http://www.odesk.com/ John Kellgren

    If you would, please send me the link that I may use to review the saved webinar session.

    Thanks,

    John

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  • http://www.odesk.com John Kellgren

    If you would, please send me the link that I may use to review the saved webinar session.

    Thanks,

    John

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  • http://www.mos.org/ Larry Koolkin

    Like others, I (unfortunately) stumbled on the blog announcement of this webinar too late. I’d love to access the recorded presentation as well.

    Perhaps the QB registration process, which I believe asks if you’d like to receive a Newsletter, could also provide opt-in email announcements for such events?

    Thanks. -Larry

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  • http://www.mos.org Larry Koolkin

    Like others, I (unfortunately) stumbled on the blog announcement of this webinar too late. I’d love to access the recorded presentation as well.

    Perhaps the QB registration process, which I believe asks if you’d like to receive a Newsletter, could also provide opt-in email announcements for such events?

    Thanks. -Larry

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  • http://www.quickbase.com/ Jana Eggers

    Hi, all,

    Thanks for the feedback and interest. Unfortunately, our recording of the Webinar hit a glitch, as the host got dropped from the line and left about 10 minutes of blank time in the recording. We are working on re-recording it for you.

    I need more feedback on the notification of Webinars. We are quite sensitive to information overload, and have gotten feedback that one of the things that folks like about QuickBase is that we don’t force announcements. This blog was an attempt to get the word out on things like this w/o email. All of that said, we want to deliver the way that works for you. So, can you give us an idea of how much information you want and when to deliver it?

    Thanks,
    Jana

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  • http://www.quickbase.com Jana Eggers

    Hi, all,

    Thanks for the feedback and interest. Unfortunately, our recording of the Webinar hit a glitch, as the host got dropped from the line and left about 10 minutes of blank time in the recording. We are working on re-recording it for you.

    I need more feedback on the notification of Webinars. We are quite sensitive to information overload, and have gotten feedback that one of the things that folks like about QuickBase is that we don’t force announcements. This blog was an attempt to get the word out on things like this w/o email. All of that said, we want to deliver the way that works for you. So, can you give us an idea of how much information you want and when to deliver it?

    Thanks,
    Jana

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  • james lacorte

    If there was one place that listed webinars from the support area (dropdown in the support QB application) since this is where most people go for help. Then they can look whenever they want to.

    Same thing with enhancements or unsched changes. This should be listed as an option to see from the same area.

    I feel these two items are lacking with the QB product. Sometimes patches go in and no one knows till days later.

    Since the support page is the main link to communicating to admins this is the idea spot.

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  • james lacorte

    If there was one place that listed webinars from the support area (dropdown in the support QB application) since this is where most people go for help. Then they can look whenever they want to.

    Same thing with enhancements or unsched changes. This should be listed as an option to see from the same area.

    I feel these two items are lacking with the QB product. Sometimes patches go in and no one knows till days later.

    Since the support page is the main link to communicating to admins this is the idea spot.

    [Reply]