Inside Foundant – the Blog

Our Clients’ Support Means the World to Us

With the GLM 5.0 release a couple of weeks ago, some of its problems that needed to be worked out, and with Summit 2015 next week, things are well beyond busy at Foundant these days. To say our team is stressed would be a profound understatement. Long hours, short conversations and tight smiles are the norm this week. It has been a very “Un-Foundant”-like environment. Except …     Continue Reading »

Meet Allison Bender – Foundant’s Newest Client Services Representative

I grew up in a town in Northern Idaho called St. Maries, and was lucky enough to come to the State of Montana for college. I can thank my college experiences, working at a rafting company in Glacier National Park in the summers, for cultivating my love for the outdoors. I’ve had the wonderful opportunity to work in two completely different industries in my time …     Continue Reading »

Meet Heidi Balus, Foundant’s Newest Staff Accountant

Bozeman is home, but I am originally from small-town Pennsylvania – Coudersport to be exact, one Main Street and one red light. I went to Alfred State College (in another small town) and graduated with a degree in horticulture. I wanted to travel and live in a city, but I married my  husband, who promptly joined the Air Force. The horticulture degree came in handy for figuring …     Continue Reading »

Inside Foundant Philanthropy: Robots, Basketball, and Barbershop Quartets

One of the greatest benefits, in my opinion, of working at Foundant is the volunteer program. You may have read about some of our group projects in the past, but I’m talking about the opportunity (and encouragement) we as individuals are given to seek out and participate in volunteer projects outside of the group. This benefit offers us the chance to use regular working hours (approximately …     Continue Reading »

#Foundant15Plan Energizes and Inspires

Planning is hard work, but it’s also rewarding and exciting. We just finished our annual kickoff meetings, where we take the entire company out of the office for two-days to celebrate past accomplishments and set goals and priorities for the future. I’m always amazed at how physically and emotionally tapped I am after a couple days of being continuously “on” while leading the discussions and …     Continue Reading »