CTK Announces that Over 3,500 Non Profits in U.S. and U.K. Now Rely on CTK Data Management Software to Track Clients/Services and to Report Performance for Non Profits

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Community TechKnowledge, Inc. (CTK), a provider of data management software specifically designed to support non profit service providers and funders - both in the U.S. and in the U.K., recently hit the 3,500 customer non profit organization user mark. These organizations represent hundreds of thousands of daily users accessing CTK products such as the Online Data Manager, Community Impact ODM, Social Impact ODM and their newest product release, Apricot (http://www.apricot.info).

Clearly, CTK products make a difference to the thousands of organizations that rely on us to prove that they make a difference in the well-being of their communities.

    "It is gratifying to all CTK staff and investors that CTK data management products are so widely used. In founding this company, it was our dream to support the important work of non profit organizations by maximizing efficiency and performance, while minimizing infrastructure costs," said Kathryn Engelhardt-Cronk, CEO and founder of Community TechKnowledge, Inc. "Clearly, CTK products make a difference to the thousands of organizations that rely on us to prove that they make a difference in the well-being of their communities."

About Community TechKnowledge

Community TechKnowledge (CTK) provides a suite of web-based software applications, reporting tools, and supporting services to hundreds of nonprofit, government and United Way organizations serving the human services sector. By offering completely secure database solutions that manage and report all types of client activity, CTK helps nonprofits to efficiently track program outcomes and the impact of human services and funding on communities.

CTK's main office in the U.S. is located in Austin, Texas, with a major satellite office in the United Kingdom. CTK employs thirty professionals and celebrates its 8th year in business in August of 2008.

For more information, visit: http://www.communitytech.net.

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