Women for Women International (WFWI) is a non-profit organization that empowers women in war-torn regions through economic and social programs. To effectively register and enroll participants in remote villages across the globe, WFWI implemented Resco Inspections with Salesforce.
One of the major challenges WFWI faced was the lack of reliable data collection and management in remote areas. Many of the villages where the organization operates lack basic infrastructure such as internet and electricity, making it difficult to register and enroll participants using traditional methods.
To overcome this challenge, WFWI implemented Resco Inspections, a mobile app that runs on Salesforce. This app allows field workers to collect data using offline forms and upload it to Salesforce once an internet connection is available. This allows WFWI to register and enroll participants even in areas with limited connectivity.
Resco Inspections also helped WFWI to streamline their data collection and management process. The app allows field workers to collect data in real-time, which is then automatically synced with Salesforce. This eliminates the need for manual data entry, which is time-consuming and prone to errors.
The implementation of Resco Inspections with Salesforce has greatly improved the efficiency and accuracy of WFWI's registration and enrollment process. It has also allowed the organization to reach more participants in remote villages and provide them with the support they need.
WFWI's program coordinators are now able to easily view and manage participant data in Salesforce, which allows them to track the progress of the program and make data-driven decisions. The mobile app also helps them to quickly access and update participant information in the field, even in offline mode.
Overall, the implementation of Resco Inspections with Salesforce has been a major success for WFWI. It has allowed the organization to reach more participants in remote areas, streamline their data collection and management process, and improve the efficiency and accuracy of their registration and enrollment process. This has helped the organization to empower more women in war-torn regions and improve their economic and social status.