Company Ends 2013 with Fourth Consecutive Year of Growth

eCivis finished 2013 with another record year of revenue growth. New client acquisitions also increased by 15% with the biggest gains happening in large client accounts.

  • Share on TwitterShare on FacebookShare on Google+Share on LinkedInEmail a friend

Pasadena, CA (PRWEB) January 29, 2014

eCivis, the nation’s leading cloud-based grants management system, finished 2013 with another record year of revenue growth. New client acquisitions also increased by 15% with the biggest gains happening in large client accounts. In particular, the company had its biggest increase in the top 100 cities and counties by population in more than ten years. These additions are attributed to the increase in new enterprise features released throughout the past year, including:

Integration of financial data: a cloud-based service that extracts, transforms and loads your financial data to eliminate double-entry and increase organization-wide grant accountability.        
Customizable workflows: set up required and recurring tasks and/or aprovals that match your internal processes.
Group management: setup a group(s) within your organization or department(s) to assign tasks, approve tasks or review information.
Unlimited file storage: attach all relevant files related to your grants.
Organizations with large grants portfolios are increasingly turning to eCivis to manage funded projects/programs rather than incurring enormous costs to upgrade and implement ERP upgrades, or new systems. With the increased demand for federal funding accountability and transparancy, eCivis has become the system of choice to manage all programmatic and financial grant requirements in one central system. The company’s success with its new data integration services, Grants Network: Data Integration has had a tremendous impact on local governments, school districts and universities.

Business Highlights:

2013 Top 5 client additions:

Cook County, Illinois
Harris County, Texas
City of Atlanta, Georgia
City of Houston, Texas (returning client)
Cherokee Nation, Oklahoma

Business Outlook:

The demand for integration services grew rapidly in the second half of 2013. “Organizations that are grant-active are not primarily concerned with an abundance of software features. They are looking for solutions that actually save time and reduce costs,” said eCivis CEO James Ha. “Our clients choose us because we are focused on solving the challenges that they are most interested in overcoming. Decision makers understand that software systems that sell on features rather than solving the most relevant challenges provide little value. Our focus has been learning from our clients and helping them solve their most demanding grants management challenges.”

eCivis is the nation's leading grants management software solution and the ideal platform for improving local governments' and community-based organizations' grants performance. For more information about eCivis, visit http://www.ecivis.com. For media inquiries, contact media(at)ecivis(dot)com.


Contact