Vancouver, BC, Canada (PRWEB) December 08, 2014
The creative innovation that became ShareVision began back in 2003 with a volunteer project to develop a one of a kind customized software solution for a local community agency, with which both founders had a personal connection. By 2004, requests for the resulting software tool, now used by this agency, were pouring in from similar agencies. They had all really liked what they had seen, and thus ShareVision was born. Ten years later 140 agencies across North America now use ShareVision’s exceptionally customizable product to manage their organizations.
ShareVision’s software allows agencies to integrate case management, documents and other content as well as manage their staff. Its online, user-friendly format also contains quality assurance, communication, and reporting tools, making it very popular with front line staff. Happy customers continued to refer the product to even more agencies and through some of those referrals it became apparent that there was a need for an even more self-guided product, one that could appeal to smaller agencies.
Company president Dion Le Roux tells us, “We heard from so many smaller agencies that they loved what we were doing, but they just couldn’t find room in their budget and were also concerned about the customization process. We knew at that point that we needed to find a way to meet their needs. We put all of our brightest minds in a room together for quite awhile, and when they came out, the concept for Essentials was born.” Several months of hard work later the product was launched, just in time for the tenth anniversary of the development of the very first version of ShareVision.
Essentials is the new, much anticipated, and self-guided solution for smaller agencies with many of the lauded original product features intact but at a lower cost. “Essentials” with its turnkey approach, offers agencies the ability to upgrade only as needed, minimizes system requirements, and allows agencies to maintain their data even if they choose to discontinue using the product for any reason.
Christie Dueck of REDI Enterprises in Medicine Hat, Alberta says this of her experience with the new Share Vision product. “Essentials is very user friendly and the company was very helpful. The cost for us was important as we are a not for profit. What Essentials does? - It does what we need, and more.“
Essentials will take ShareVision into their next decade by confidently offering community service providers a choice. This tenth anniversary gift will make themselves and their excellent product available and affordable to even the smallest agency.