National CIM Convening brings users together to discuss best practices, feedback, improvements

community issues management CIMRepresentatives from United Way of the Mid-South took part in the 2011 National CIM Convening meeting in Boston, MA, last week to learn about new updates to the program and discuss more ways this important data source can help our community.

Attendees at the National CIM Convening shared best practices and new ideas for using the data-gathering software to improve communities (Photo: Tehrian Martin)

The meeting was hosted by United Way of Massachusetts Bay and Merrimack Valley and Center for Applied Research and Environmental Systems (C.A.R.E.S.).

Participants shared commentary and news about the CIM initiative in their communities, developing “best practices” to use across the nation and ideas about even stronger use of CIM in communities. The CIM users also developed ideas on how¬†to improve the system and were introduced to “CIM 3.0.”

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