Inside Foundant – the Blog

Meet Lyndsie Berens – Marketing Intern

I am a Marketing major at Montana State University. This is my first job in the business world, I can’t wait to learn more about Marketing, and the challenges it brings. I look forward to working with the wonderful employees at Foundant. I am from Colorado, but was drawn to Montana because I have spent most of my summers at Canyon Ferry Lake near Helena. At …     Continue Reading »

Foundant is the Right Choice

Foundant Client Quote: “You don’t even know what you don’t know yet” said a smiling Foundant employee to me upon my arrival at the Summit.  So true.  Our company is a new user;  we were not ‘live’.  But after one full day of basics, sharing with experienced users and receiving one-on-one assistance from Foundant experts – I’m ready to take on the GLM fun!  Participating …     Continue Reading »

Foundant goes on a software buying adventure

Yes, we’re a software company, but we rely on a bunch of existing pieces of software to run our own business. From sales software, to support, to marketing and project management, we’ve grown out of our old clothes and need to go shopping for ones that fit us better. Let me tell you, it’s been eye-opening and not so easy, but it is never easy …     Continue Reading »

Meet Abe Burnett, Data Migrations Specialist

After graduating with honors and a Bachelor’s of Science in Economics from Montana State University, my wife and I moved to Salt Lake City, Utah, for nearly a year where I worked as a Risk Analyst for a Zions Bank. In that position I spent a great deal of time working with massive amounts of very messy data—trying to make sense of it all. And …     Continue Reading »

Announcing Foundant’s Disaster Relief Program

Hurricane Sandy is just the latest example of a community needing to bond together to recover and rebuild after a large natural disaster.  Events like hurricanes, floods, tornado’s, and other similar disaster situations often lead to a huge outpouring of support and concern in the short term.  After the initial news stories subside, often the ongoing need for support increases while funds and attention disappears. …     Continue Reading »