With the Blackbaud Persistent Key solution, an organization can finally review, update, and track constituent information across a database—or multiple databases— with an on-going process to ensure accurate name and address files available for all marketing, fundraising, or financial needs by assigning each constituent their own unique identifying key that can be used across databases.
Frequently Asked Questions:
- How do you submit a file for Persistent Key?
- How many constituent records can I submit to Persistent Key?
- What is the required Persistent Key file format and layout?
- What file name should I use for my Persistent Key submission file?
- How do you send multiple Persistent Key submission files at one time?
- How do I send my Persistent Key submission file to Blackbaud?
- How do you retrieve Persistent Key results?
- What are the Persistent Key folders on my FTP and what is the purpose of each one?
- What is the turnaround time for Persistent Key?
- How does Persistent Key decide which key to assign?
- What do the Persistent Key results files contain?
- What is Key status?
- How do you import Persistent Key results into BBCRM or Altru?
- How do you import Persistent Key results into The Raiser's Edge?
- Who should I contact if I have questions about Persistent Key?