Inside Foundant – the Blog

Thinking of our customers in the Hurricane Sandy region

We’ve been watching the news and learning of the devastation caused by Hurricane Sandy and wanted to let all of our clients in the affected region know that we’re wishing you the best during the recovery efforts.  Although we have our share of extreme weather here in Montana we are fortunate that we have few natural disasters so it’s very hard to comprehend the destruction …     Continue Reading »

Foundant Summit 2012 – A Life Changing Event

Attending the Foundant Summit was truly life-changing for me. Our company has been a client since 2008, however, due to several personnel changes, no one really knew how to use the system properly or what it had to offer. We use Foundant to manage our massive international scholarship program, Geoscientists Without Borders (international humanitarian grants), Field Camp grants, and Travel Grants. Our review Committees are …     Continue Reading »

Why We’ll Be Coming Back to Foundant’s Next Summit

The Foundant Summit reminds me of the old sitcom Cheers. You remember the song?  “Where everybody knows your name…”.  Walking into Big Sky Resort and meeting Shelby, Foundant’s Marketing Manager and awesome wife of Daren, for the first time in person was like running into an old friend.  As we met other Foundant team members for the first time in person, it was like Norm …     Continue Reading »

10 Reasons Foundant’s 2012 Summit was Monumental to Me

Summit Attendee: Kristen Cullen with Carolyn Foundation I learned a ton!!  Does anyone else’s book have several flags sticking out from the pages? Hearing the Foundant “story” from Daren, Mark and Chris was a great kick-off and remains one of my favorite memories. I found Kris and Grant’s session on “Tips and Tricks” especially useful – if you missed this, ask them for a recap. I …     Continue Reading »

User’s Conference Shows Off What Makes Foundant Different

How many companies can you think of where, within the course of one day, the Founder & CEO welcomes over 80 attendees to their first-ever users conference, goes and takes a seat in the back of a conference room to support his employees while they lead a session on email templates, somehow finds the time to personally talk with everyone at some point, then invites …     Continue Reading »