Call-Em-All Launches Integrations With Church Management Software

Before today I had no idea that there was even such a thing as church management software.

But there is… and now Frisco-based startup Call-Em-All is integrated with some of the most popular players.

Call-Em-All is an automated calling service that allows customers to upload contacts to their system, then record a message and send it out. Results and analytics are tracked in real-time.

With a number of churches already utilizing the platform for things like sending out prayer requests, event reminders, charity drives, schedule changes, and special events, a deeper integration with the sofware they use to manage their organization sounds like a no-brainer.

“Working with these software providers has been fantastic and we have built a true partnership with each and every one of them,” said Call-Em-All marketing director Seth McGuinnes in their announcement blog post.

“Moving forward, we hope these integrations allow our church customers to more effectively use Call-Em-All by reducing the time it takes to create a broadcast and to have easier access to their members without the need of exporting from the chMS and then importing into Call-Em-All.”

The chMS (that’s a new one too, learning lots today!) providers that are now supported include:

  • Church Community Builder
  • IconCMO
  • Active Faith (Fellowship One)
  • Church Office Online

For more information, check out the Call-Em-All blog post.

  • Bradley is the founder of LAUNCH DFW and an avid proponent/supporter of the DFW Startup Community. Bradley is also the founder of Skyrise, a community, communications and concierge platform for commercial office buildings.

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