Beyond Nines Provides Blackbaud Software Hosting For Canadian Nonprofits

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Beyond Nines, the first independent hosting provider dedicated to nonprofits using Blackbaud software, is proud to announce a new solution for Canadian nonprofits. The new data center is located in Vancouver, BC and is dedicated to meeting the data privacy requirements demanded by the Canadian nonprofit community.

In response to an increase in demand from international clients, The Beyond Nines Group has expanded its hosting operations to Vancouver, BC. The new data center is dedicated to supporting Canadian and other international nonprofit groups using Blackbaud software, including The Raiser’s Edge®, The Financial Edge®, and NetCommunity™

Due to strict privacy laws in Canada, many Canadian nonprofit organizations have adopted policies requiring their data to remain within Canadian borders. Such policies can be challenging to enforce when working with vendors who do not have a presence in Canada. With the opening of the Vancouver facility, Beyond Nines can now meet the data privacy requirements of Canadian nonprofits when hosting their Blackbaud software and databases. The Vancouver facility opened for operations in January 2012.

The Beyond Nines Group is dedicated to empowering nonprofits through intelligent use of technology. To learn more about hosting Blackbaud software and the new Canadian Data Center, visit The Raiser's Edge® is a trademark of Blackbaud, Inc. Beyond Nines is neither supported nor endorsed by Blackbaud, Inc.

Beyond Nines is based in Seattle, WA and provides nonprofits with a full suite of professional services including: consulting, web design & hosting of The Raiser’s Edge®, The Financial Edge® and NetCommunity™. Additional work includes training, evaluation and assessment of integrated online and traditional fundraising strategies, secure hosting services, and integration with third-party software. Founded in 2002, The Beyond Nines Group serves a wide range of clients using Blackbaud products. Clients include arts and cultural organizations, educational institutions, religious communities, and membership-driven nonprofits.


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