CHARLESTON, S.C. – January 10, 2012 — Good Done Great is pleased to announce it has opened an office in historic, downtown Charleston, South Carolina and plans to hire additional technical, implementation and support staff to serve its rapidly growing client base.
Good Done Great’s Grant Management System was rated as the top-scoring product out of 20 products assessed in the 2011 Consumers Guide to Grants Management Software. Currently, more than 100 foundations rely on Good Done Great’s Grant and Scholarship Management online solutions to facilitate the submission process, identify the best applicants and track the progress toward the desired outcomes.
Most importantly, the expansion is driven by the company’s desire to attract top talent. “Creating a physical presence in Charleston is a big step for us because of the high concentration of talented people with nonprofit and foundation technology expertise,” says David Barach, Good Done Great’s Executive Director.
The new office at the Flagship, Charleston’s premier business incubator/co-working office, gives Good Done Great access to the Charleston Digital Corridor’s network of like-minded professionals and resource partners, high quality, adaptable and cost-efficient office space and conference facilities. “It is important to us to establish our presence in a professional environment that can accommodate our growth. The Flagship provides opportunities to expand into other office spaces without having to physically move the company,” says Earl Bridges, Executive Vice President of the company, who currently resides in Charleston.
“I welcome Good Done Great to the Flagship and Charleston’s thriving software development community,” said Charleston Mayor, Joseph P. Riley, Jr. “Our Digital Corridor initiative will launch some exciting initiatives in 2012 to further strengthen our ability to serve Charleston’s growing software community,” he added.
About Good Done Great:
Good Done Great builds online data management solutions for nonprofits, grant makers, and corporate giving programs. Good Done Great also provides Grantr.com, the free service for grant makers and donors to verify the IRS status of nonprofits they want to support, and NonprofitWebinars.com, the premiere source of free online training for nonprofit professionals and trustees. The company encourages potential employees to read more about Good Done Great at http://gooddonegreat.com.
Contact: Earl Bridges | email@example.com | t: 843.330.3974