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Tag: Tools

  • POWER BI Manual

      During our Open Data Day event at the beginning of March, we demonstrated a number of easy-to-use tools that can enhance your everyday data use. In this series of blogs we share our learnings and provide short manuals that will help get you started with using each tool. The first tool we will cover […]

  • GrantNav gets a user upgrade

    GrantNav is now 18 months old, so we felt it was time to look at how it’s used and how we could make it even better! We have listened to what you’ve told us about how you’re finding it to use. As a result, we’ve added some new features, made some tweaks, squashed some bugs […]

  • Press button data sharing a reality for Community Foundations

    A new tool funded by 360Giving will make publishing data a doddle for community foundations that are using Salesforce to manage their grantmaking. The tool allows community foundations to automatically export data formatted to the 360Giving Standard cutting hours off the time it might otherwise take for them to prepare their data. The tool has […]

  • Grantmaking data through 360Giving adds new insight to OCSI’s Local Insight tool

    Oxford Consultants for Social Inclusion (OCSI) have been working with the public sector for 14 years, supporting organisations to use better data for better decisions. At our core is providing rigorous, high quality data in accessible formats, so that decision makers and key stakeholders save time and money when planning local community services. This could […]

  • Three ways we plan to make funding easier

    David Kane and Suraj Vadgama, the team behind, share findings from their recent user research with charitable funders and plans to put them into action to make funding easier and less time-consuming. Beehive was set up by The Forward Foundation that understood the challenges of distributing grants, as well as the difficulties faced by […]