At Vera Solutions, we believe that collaboration is a cornerstone to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) . Over the last decade, we’ve been fortunate to work with hundreds of organizations to deliver data solutions that unlock a culture of
Vera Solutions – Data Solutions for Social Change
for Social Change
We envision a social sector driven by outcomes, accountability, and data-informed decisions – a sector in which data systems help organizations deliver better results.
Trusted Partner in Your
Digital Transformation Journey
Outgrowing your spreadsheets is no fun. We know the story and have experienced it firsthand. Since 2010, we’ve helped hundreds of organizations move from complex spreadsheets and manual processes to integrated solutions for:
- Monitoring & Evaluation
- Program Management
- Grant Management
- Project Management
- CRM & Fundraising
- Community Engagement
- Sales & Supply Chain
- Case Management
A Single Source of Truth for Portfolio and Impact Data
Built on common needs observed during hundreds of digital transformation projects, Amp Impact brings data and teams together from across the program, project, or grant lifecycle to generate insights that inform decisions and drive more efficient, cost-effective programs.
Join a Community of Data-minded Changemakers
We’ve worked with organizations of all shapes and sizes—from large i-NGOs to community based organizations, from funders to social enterprises—building their capacity to collect, manage, and analyze data.
Unlock a Culture of Transparency and Accountability
At Vera Solutions, we’re often asked, “Why do you build nonprofit solutions on Salesforce? Isn’t it just a CRM tool?” As a technology provider, we love Salesforce mostly for its extensive configurability and scalability—allowing us to build using ‘clicks, not
Last week, Salesforce.org, Monitor Institute by Deloitte, and the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) released Impact Measurement Today, a white paper outlining a cross-sector approach to impact management capacity building. While nonprofits and governments focus efforts and resources around monitoring, evaluation,