Currently, all fundraising banners incorporate a form the user can enter their email address into to receive a reminder to donate via email. Here is an example desktop banner. If you select the "Maybe later" link in that banner, you will see for the form I am referencing.
This form has always posted directly to Acoustic (aka Silverpop) in order to quickly get the signup in and allow the email address to be added to a program to send the reminder email. But there are some drawbacks to this approach, mainly on the reporting side. The crux of the issue here is that we’re trying to extract transactional signup data from an aggregate location (Acoustic’s main database). CiviCRM seems like a better location to store this information in a transactional manner so we can always report on the number of signups for a given banner.
Most of the fields currently submitted in the form will need to be stored in CiviCRM. Here is a list:
These signups and their associated data will also need to be sent to Acoustic. What is the expected turnaround time for when someone submits the RML form to CiviCRM and that data being represented in Acoustic?