Pasadena, CA (PRWEB) October 17, 2013
eCivis (http://www.ecivis.com), the nation’s leading cloud-based grants management system, recorded its highest-grossing sales quarter in Q3 2013, resulting in quarter-over-quarter growth of 101%. The company attributes its success to its new data integration services, Grants Network: Data Integration, and an increase in demand for its grant proposal writing services.
“Over the past several months, we have won a number of high-profile RFPs, including the City of Atlanta, GA; City of Santa Rosa, CA; and Harris County, TX,” said eCivis CEO James Ha. “These clients manage very large grant portfolios and understand the importance of centralizing their administrative processes. Our applications will help them do that effectively.”
eCivis Grants Professional Services also helped many of its clients write winning proposals. Recent wins include:
New Version of Grants Network: Tracking & Reporting SM
On November 1, 2013, eCivis will release Tracking & Reporting 3.0. This new version of the company’s grants management application will include important new capabilities to support complicated grant processes, including:
1. Next Generation Task Management
a. Recurring task(s) management
b. Sequential approval capabilities with the ability to assign approval permissions to an individual or group
c. Ability to create ‘Approval’ or ‘Required’ tasks on-demand
d. Complex task(s) management wizard
e. Calendar integration (e.g., Outlook and Gmail)
2. Group Management
a. Ability to create groups
b. Ability to assign tasks to a group
Over a decade of working with the most grants-active organizations in the country, as well as experience with grants portfolios in excess of $1 billion, has allowed eCivis to build grants management applications that incorporate robust features and best practices into one powerful system. The release of the company’s updated grants management application, Tracking & Reporting 3.0, will mark another major milestone in the centralization and innovation of the grants management process.