(PRWEB) September 03, 2014
BIS Global, makers of CharityEngine nonprofit management software, was recently spotlighted by ABC7 National Correspondent Rebecca Cooper on the Washington Business Report. Cooper spoke with founders Philip Schmitz and Hossein Noshirvani about their approach to bringing innovation to the nonprofit fundraising world and their recent recognition on the Inc. Magazine 5000 list of the Fastest growing businesses in the US.
Schmitz choked up as he spoke with Cooper about the decision to go full-fledged into the nonprofit space and the fact that the company gets to combine business technology with philanthropy.
“The opportunity we found is that there’s not a lot of innovation happening [in the nonprofit world]. It seems like there’s a void in the area of technology. And that’s why we find the market interesting”.
“One of the things that’s come out of [focusing on the nonprofit space] that we did not realize is the amount of impact we could have and how much it energizes our whole company to know that we are helping organizations that really do good things for people.”
The company, born of the commercial business space but with a growing suite of solutions that manage donor management and fundraising for nonprofits like Wounded Warrior Project, has recently added some of the nation’s best known charitable organizations to its client list including the Marine Toys for Tots, Special Olympics Maryland, Ovarian Cancer National Alliance and Adopt-a-Pet.org.
Watch the entire interview at: http://www.charityengine.net/about-charity-engine/washington-business-report/
About BIS Global and CharityEngine®
BIS Global® helps nonprofit and commercial organizations Go Big and Be Great with a fully integrated suite of online tools for customer and donor management, communications, e-commerce and online fundraising, backed by "single-throat-to-choke" support. The Virginia-based cloud applications and hosting firm, has employed their retail and CharityEngine technology for hundreds of organizations including Wounded Warrior Project, Tuesday Morning, Marine Toys for Tots, and Ovarian Cancer National Alliance.