Tessitura Network, the leader in unified CRM for arts and cultural organizations, is proud to begin serving the public media sector. KERA, based in Dallas and serving the North Texas region, is the first public media organization to begin using the software platform. Additional organizations will be announced in near future.
A non-profit organization, Tessitura provides an all-in-one enterprise solution for managing customer data, fundraising, memberships, marketing, special event ticketing, and more. With all this information in one place, Tessitura’s powerful built-in analytics help organizations make better decisions faster. The Tessitura platform has revolutionized over 650 arts and cultural organizations, and its versatile functionality is an organic fit for the public media sector.
“As a mission-driven, nonprofit organization, Tessitura Network is an ideal fit for KERA,” said Christopher Wagley, Chief Operating Officer. “We are excited to be the first public broadcasting station to work with Tessitura and to introduce a scalable CRM solution that will drive membership and revenue growth for stations of all sizes.”
Jack Rubin, CEO and co-founder of Tessitura Network, commented: “I am thrilled that Tessitura’s robust capabilities are serving the business needs of the public media sector. Our platform’s native strengths in fundraising, membership, and customer relationship management are a natural fit, and in combination with our integrated analytics tools, will help these organizations work strategically to achieve their goals.”
Tessitura is an enterprise CRM system that powers all key business functions for museums, performing arts organizations, and other cultural, educational, and media entities. From fundraising and memberships to ticketing, marketing, education, analytics, and more, Tessitura’s unified platform enables a seamless, 360-degree view of all donors, members, and volunteers with a single database. In addition to its flagship software, Tessitura offers a range of complementary services that empower its users to achieve their goals. Those users form a community of industry leaders that enjoys an unprecedented level of knowledge sharing and collaboration. Tessitura also works with a wide range of ecosystem partners that provide products and services to extend the power of what its members can do.
Operating since 2001, Tessitura Network, Inc. is proud to be a member-owned and governed nonprofit. Tessitura serves over 650 organizations in ten countries including museums, theatres, performing arts centers, operas, orchestras, festivals, dance companies, zoos, aquariums, film centers, historical sites, public media, botanic gardens, and more. For more information about Tessitura, visit www.tessituranetwork.com or contact Amelia Northrup-Simpson, Marketing & Communications Manager.