After interviewing a number of nonprofit executives, I found I wasn’t the only one in need of this type of solution.
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Cleveland, OH (PRWEB) May 13, 2008
StreamLink Software, a provider of management systems for the nonprofit sector, is officially open for business today. StreamLink Software was founded by Adam Roth, a veteran in the nonprofit sector, to address the unmet need of optimizing organizational resources to improve efficiency.
“We recognize that Nonprofits already have exceptional leadership both in terms of talent and passion,” stated Mr. Roth. “What StreamLink does is provide systems that effectively communicate the right information to the right people at the right time, both inside and outside the organization. This streamlined communication system highlights good management practices and increases confidence in the nonprofit sector to community stakeholders.”
Mr. Roth has over 15 years experience working in the nonprofit sector, most recently as COO at the West Side Ecumenical Ministry in Cleveland, Ohio.
“I had been searching for a solution to address many different management challenges including board member and other leadership volunteer management,” said Mr. Roth. “After interviewing a number of nonprofit executives, I found I wasn’t the only one in need of this type of solution.”
“When StreamLink approached the American Heart Association to try StreamLink Software, we were very excited because it provided a system to manage segmented data,” said Michael Weamer, Executive Vice President of the AHA. "Now, our organization is able to communicate more effectively to both volunteers and staff, ultimately maximizing our resources. Other organizations will clearly gain resources in terms of time, talent and treasure through successful integration of a StreamLink system.”
StreamLink’s first software product, BoardLink, is web-based, board management software and provides organization-wide integration of dynamic documents and reports related to leadership volunteer management. “StreamLink software has increased my ability to provide necessary information to both the Board and other staff quickly and accurately,” said Mary Serbe, Executive Assistant, Office of the President, of the Foundation Center. “It is user friendly and a great asset for coordinating and maintaining information on our Board of Trustees.”
BoardLink also includes best practice templates through a partnership with BoardSource®.
The company’s official launch party will take place on May 22, 2008 at 5:00 p.m. at the House of Blues in Cleveland, Ohio.
About StreamLink Software:
StreamLink Software provides management systems for the executive office tailored for the nonprofit sector. StreamLink’s philosophy is to maximize the value of every dollar an organization has and thus increase the ability of the organization to meet its mission. Through managing processes and communication, StreamLink Software provides live feedback and integrated reporting systems to the executive office in the areas of board, government grants and foundation management. StreamLink Software has partnered with BoardSource® to incorporate best practices and with the Foundation Center to incorporate research tools. StreamLink Software is offered as a hosted model and does not require additional investments in IT infrastructure.
About Adam Roth:
Prior to serving as President of StreamLink Software, Adam was Chief Operating Officer for West Side Ecumenical Ministry (WSEM). As COO, Adam supervised all of WSEM’s programs and was responsible for system development and integration, quality control, resource development, new program initiatives and community collaborations. Adam also served as interim CEO during a leadership change in 2004. While COO, Adam monitored an operating budget of $12 million more than double WSEM’s operating budget when Adam started at WSEM as the Director of Operations beginning in March 1998.
For additional information, contact Nikki DiFilippo at (216) 780-0472 or email@example.com.