BOISE, Idaho, Feb. 12, 2021 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- Quiver aims to disrupt the $400B annual humanitarian aid and relief sector. A sector that has historically had a hard time showing its impact with actual data -- something Quiver solves for in a unique way by simplifying data collection and then producing an interactive operations suite and automated customizable impact reports at scale.
"Quiver is not a form builder," says Rob McQueen, founder of Quiver. "Our team, with over 50 years of collective field experience, helps our clients craft a collection strategy to capture the impact of your organization. Quiver will do for impact analysis what Premise did for data collection and Palantir did for analysis."
In talks with the world's leading nonprofits, from disaster response to international development, Quiver is poised to provide an easier way to operationalize their data and share their impact with donors and audiences. In addition, Quiver announced their license-free pricing which offers a new way to manage remote or part-time teams.
Waves For Water, an international humanitarian aid organization, has signed on as one of Quiver's first clients. Jon Rose, founder of the organization, says, "I've worked with Rob all over the world, from Mongolia to the Caribbean, and he really hit the mark with Quiver. The data collection is incredibly simple and the automated impact reports save us massively in time and cost."
Quiver's automatic data analysis and interactive digital impact reporting will be available immediately. To view a Quiver impact report and for more information visit https://www.getquiver.com
About Quiver: Quiver is an intuitive data collection, analysis, and emergency management platform that drives unparalleled and seamless reporting and collaboration while automatically creating interactive digital impact reports and operations suite. It is the modern solution for nonprofits, companies, and donors.
Caitlan Rowe, Quiver, +1 949632-3898, [email protected]
Rob McQueen, Quiver, 2083014764, [email protected]