Central question of the summit: How can CiviCRM stay the best CRM for nonprofit organizations?
It's good to look at CiviCRM from the point of view of our users (mostly nonprofit organizations). In the end, people don't care about a specific product. They just want the best tool to get their jobs done.
So... How can CiviCRM stay the best CRM for nonprofit organizations? How can CiviCRM be the category king?
I think that's the problem we need to solve during the summit. It will put all the things we discussed so far into perspective.
- How did the CRM landscape change? #7
- What are our strengths and weaknesses? #48
- Do we have an answer to nonprofits that want a SaaS solution? #29
- Our users want high quality and stable products. How can we deliver that? #15 #11 #13
- Our users want a modern and flexible interface. How can we deliver that? (shoreditch/formbuilder)
- How do we keep up with the CMS's the nonprofit is using? #21 #23 #24
- How can we organize ourselves in order to deliver the best CRM for nonprofit organizations (e.g. well-paid core team + a community of developers to build a great product, partners to assist the nonprofits...)
Does that make sense?