The New iConstituent – Redesigning CRM from the Ground Up

by Zain Khan on 2018-Sep-05 under News & Updates, Product Releases & Updates

As we prepare for a new Congress, I’m on the road with the iConstituent sales team. And I’m so proud…

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Are You Following the CRM Trend?

by Adriel Hampton on 2018-Aug-30 under Events, News & Updates, Product Releases & Updates

As FedScoop recently reported, federal agencies this year made Customer Relationship Management a top spending priority, behind only security and…

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Your NCSL CRM Sneak Peek

by Adriel Hampton on 2018-Jul-25 under Events, News & Updates

State and local governments are where information technology innovation happens – often long before trends filter up to the process-driven…

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by Christopher Brooks on 2012-Jan-27 under Blog

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by Christopher Brooks on 2012-Jan-24 under Blog

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by Christopher Brooks on 2012-Jan-19 under Blog

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by Christopher Brooks on 2012-Jan-17 under Blog

If you are a social media trendwatcher, you’ve undoubtedly heard of Pinterest, an online bulletin board where you can organize…

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AllFacebook.com: U.S. Congress Members Get Improved Facebook Analytics

by Christopher Brooks on 2012-Jan-13 under News & Updates

    http://www.allfacebook.com/facebook-congress-2012-01 The vendor iConstituent is rolling out a new tool that could help members of Congress enhance their…

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New Year, New Data Standards for the House

by Christopher Brooks on 2012-Jan-05 under Blog

Is it a new day for transparency in government? It seems we are at least one step closer. Starting in…

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iConstituent Named in Article on Political Trends to Watch in 2012

by Christopher Brooks on 2012-Jan-03 under Blog

The New Year not only brings new resolutions, but also presidential, congressional, state and local elections. This means that candidates…

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