ai@ISP is an intelligent bot that will help you manage your work and is there to take care of mundane tasks for you so you can focus on what’s important.
In the Settings section, use the slider to toggle on or off the specific AI function.
Here are the actions AI can take:
ai@ISP will combine duplicate entities that exist in your database using the “Exact” search criteria.
ai@ISP will process pending imports. These are pending transactions found in the Imports section on the Dashboard.
ai@ISP will send you alerts and regular reports.
Send Missing Occupation/Employer Emails
ai@ISP will email reportable donors if they are missing their occupation or employer, asking them to reply with that information. When the donor responds, ai@ISP will automatically update their record based on their response. Everyone on the recipients list will be forwarded a copy of any emails received and notified about what ai has done.
You also have the ability to determine who the recipients of AI alert emails will be.
These are the people that ai@ISP will keep updated about what it’s doing and of important information. Depending on your other options, this can include:
(1) Reminders to file late contribution reports and similar transaction based reports; (2) Periodic recommendations for new scheduled reports; (3) Over the limit alerts; and (4) Donor responses to occupation/employer requests and how ai@ISP handled them.
If you manage multiple accounts, you can enable AI to perform the same functions with those accounts, as well. This will be a blanket setting for all accounts. If you’d prefer to specify which accounts have which AI features toggled on or off, you click the Customize button to set AI for your accounts individually.
Sometimes, when adding or updating entities, they fall into a group of entities that already have an established flag due to a specific query. You can now request that ai@ISP take care of updating flags. This option can be found when creating a query through Advanced Search.
In the Data Updates section, AI can handle even more detailed tasks, mostly for Occupation/Employer requirements, but others as well. For example, AI can set the Business Type in an Organization entity’s record if one is not set already.