In a recent Pittsburgh Post-Gazette article, Joyce Gannon reported that a local company, BoardBookit, would be giving away it’s board portal software at no cost to nonprofit organizations that have annual budgets under $2 million. From the article:
“When BoardBookit was launched three years ago, founders Marion Lewis and Jeanette Thomas hoped nonprofits like Renewal could generate a steady stream of business for their product. But they soon realized many of those charitable organizations couldn’t afford the $7,000- to $9,500-a-year price, which is set depending on how many board members and administrators are connected to it.
Now that BoardBookit has built a portfolio of for-profit customers including Bigelow Tea, streaming service Roku, Vantage Health and women’s fashion brand St. John Knits, the company is offering its product free of charge to nonprofits that have less than $2 million in annual revenues.”