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Gravyty and iWave have entered a first-of-its-kind strategic partnership that will involve a roadmap of joint solutions combining Gravyty’s AI-enabled suite of tools and iWave’s comprehensive wealth and philanthropic data. Together these solutions will provide frontline fundraisers and researchers the tools to manage relationships with the most important donors at the most opportune times and streamline personalized, donor-centric fundraising, at scale.

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Gravyty has launched the full Gravyty suite of tools on the Salesforce AppExchange via the Gravyty Connector, empowering businesses to connect with their customers, partners, and employees in entirely new ways. Gravyty also announced that it has joined the Salesforce ISV partner program, which means customers can feed up to 30 data points into Gravyty from the Salesforce connector in near real-time for immediate action.

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CEO of Gravyty Adam Martel and VP of Development at University of Delaware Jim Dicker, discuss challenges faced by frontline fundraisers and how Gravyty's products will help drive success.

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Today, Gravyty announced the launch of Gravyty Stewardship, the social good industry’s first AI product developed to help frontline fundraisers thank donors today, and cultivate them for future giving.

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VP of Philanthropy and Alumni Engagement at University at Buffalo, Rod Grabowski, discusses challenges in higher education fundraising and how AI like Gravyty's products will help with overcoming such obstacles.

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CEO of Gravyty Adam Martel and VP of Development at University of Delaware Jim Dicker, discuss challenges faced by frontline fundraisers and how Gravyty's products will help drive success.

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The Gravyty Co-founders Rich Palmer and Adam Martell officially announce having raised $2 million in their second round of fundraising with Launchpad Venture Group and NXT Ventures.

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