Among the things I love about being part of the Omatic team is knowing that, at any given moment, someone on our team is brainstorming a new way to solve a challenge that’s either frustrating or downright crippling a nonprofit’s efforts to achieve their mission. We seek to change that and make people’s jobs a little easier.
As our Founder and Managing Partner, Jeff Montgomery, says in a recently published article, “I live for the moment when our clients say, ‘Whoa! That’s awesome!’ That absolutely makes my day. When we implement a solution to a problem they’ve had for years, their reaction is the biggest kick I get out of doing what we do.”
Omatic pushes to make more of those moments all the time and it’s gratifying when that is recognized in different ways.
Most recently, we were thrilled to be featured by Silicon Harbor Magazine which focuses on the growing tech scene in and around our home base of Charleston, SC. The Charleston area’s technology sector has grown by leaps and bounds over the past decade and it’s been great to be a part of that energy which has become known as “Silicon Harbor.” There is even a Charleston Tech Map from our friends at BoomTown to show it!
The article provides an introduction and overview of Omatic while also showcasing our process for grateful patient data management as one of the many ways we’ve worked to solve nonprofit challenges.
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Omatic Software is dedicated to integrating disparate systems and democratizing data access for today’s nonprofits. Founded in 2002, Omatic has worked with thousands of nonprofits globally to remove their data barriers by integrating systems and enabling nonprofit teams to leverage their donor data rather than be burdened by it. The Omatic team has one goal – unleashing the power of data to show a complete view of your donor, enabling data-driven decision making and opportunity creation for your organization.