Inside Foundant – the Blog

Foundant Client Events: An “Inside-Out” Look

If you are not a Foundant client, or have never attended a Foundant client event, you’re missing out. “Sure,” you might say, “you work for Foundant. Of course you’re going to say that.” True, I’m one of the marketing peeps around here, but let me give you a little insight. For the three years prior to joining the Foundant team full time, in May of …     Continue Reading »

Reflections on Spring User Groups

We’ve wrapped up our 3 week trip across the U.S. holding User Groups in many major cities. We always enjoy working with clients and teaching them about the new features and workflows in the system. What’s even more valuable is hearing the ever changing needs of our clients. We had lots of great feedback over the last 3 weeks and the best news is most …     Continue Reading »

Getting Reacquainted at the May 2014 User Groups

Many of you have probably heard me mention that one of the personal downsides of Foundant’s growth is that I spend so much less time getting to know the people that use our software. In our earliest days I spent my days selling, training, and supporting our small number of clients and developed some great personal relationships. Now that we have specialists and experts for …     Continue Reading »

Looking towards the future at the Boston and NYC User Groups

I love traveling to Boston and New York to “work” with our amazing clients. I just wrapped up the first 2013 User Groups on the East Coast and want to give a big thanks to everyone for attending. We had some great feedback on what is working in the system and some suggestions on what could make it better, along with smiling faces after showing our new …     Continue Reading »

Clients Take Over at Chicago User Group!

I love it when our clients step up and share their successes using GLM! During last week’s Chicago Area User Group meeting, Daren Nordhagen, Foundant’s President, presented and demoed some new features of GLM Reports. During his demo, one of our clients and friends, Jacqui Lara from the McGowan Charitable Fund, requested to take over his computer and show the McGowan site. This was the …     Continue Reading »