StreamLink Software Receives Investment from the Lorain County Community College Foundation
StreamLink to Further Validate its Business Model
CLEVELAND, OHIO — September 10, 2009 — StreamLink Software, a provider of nonprofit software asset management systems, today announced that it has been awarded a $100,000 Innovation Fund grant from the Lorain County Community College Foundation. StreamLink was selected to receive the grant for its business concept involving innovative technologies.
"This award will provide key support in helping us further validate our business model," says Adam Roth, Founder and President of StreamLink Software. "We've been fortunate to have the American Heart Association as a customer. With this grant, we look forward to promoting our software to other nonprofit organizations."
"We are thrilled to present StreamLink with this award," says Dennis Cocco, Associate Director, Great Lakes Innovation and Development Enterprise (GLIDE), steward for the Lorain County Community College Foundation. "StreamLink has demonstrated early stage potential for their products, and coupled with its management team, has clear potential for growth."
StreamLink Software markets BoardMax, board compliance and engagement software, and AmpliFund, grants management software, to the nonprofit sector.
About StreamLink Software:
StreamLink provides nonprofit organizations with web-based management software that promotes operational capacity, efficiency and communication. StreamLink's philosophy is to maximize the value of every dollar a nonprofit organization has, increasing its ability to achieve its mission. StreamLink optimizes organizational governance and transparency to stakeholders in the areas of board management, government grants and foundation management. Accurate, immediate, and accessible reporting elevates confidence in and the reputation of the organization to the board and other stakeholders. Best practices and research tools are incorporated into StreamLink Software from its partners, BoardSource(R) and The Foundation Center.
For further information, please contact:
1900 Superior Avenue, Suite 223
Cleveland, OH 44114
Phone: (216) 916-7333
About Great Lakes Innovation and Development Enterprise:
The Great Lakes Innovation and Development Enterprise (GLIDE), founded in 2001, is a comprehensive regional innovation center, resource hub, and business incubator that supports all facets of the start-up, development, and growth of enterprises. Created by a partnership between the Lorain County Commissioners, Lorain County Community College, and the Ohio Department of Development, GLIDE's objective is to grow jobs and spearhead economic growth in both Lorain County and the Northern Ohio region. For more information, visit www.glideit.org.