A Consumer's Guide to Grants Management Systems, 2016 report and 2017 supplement

The 2016 Consumer's Guide to Grants Management Systems, plus the 2017 vendor update.

  • A Consumers Guide to Grants Management Systems (2016)

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    The definitive report for helping you learn about and choose a grants management system that works for your organization. Publication date: May 2016

    Along with our partners, the Technology Affinity Group (TAG) and Idealware, PEAK Grantmaking is excited to share our 2016 edition of the popular Consumers Guide to Grants Management Systems. This in-depth report was been expanded for 2016 to look at the features and processes used by 29 grants management systems. The Consumers Guide compares the strengths and weaknesses of these different grants management packages to see how they stack up against industry standards.

    You may also be interested in the June 2017 update to this report.

  • 2016 Consumers Guide to Grants Management Systems: Vendor Product Update Supplement (June 2017)

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    The June 2017 update to the 2016 edition of A Consumers Guide to Grants Management Systems. Publication date: June 2017

    We published our 2016 update of the popular Consumers Guide to Grants Management Systems in May 2016. This in-depth report has been expanded for 2017 to look at the features and processes used by various grants management systems. The Consumers Guide compares the strengths and weaknesses of these different grants management packages to see how they stack up against industry standards.

    Because vendors are constantly improving their products between editions of our report, we’ve publishing a Vendor Product Update Supplement to help you keep up with those improvements. We invited vendors included in the report to submit information about any updates or additions they have made to their systems since our software demos for the report.

    All the content in this supplement is provided by the vendors themselves in response to our questions. By publishing both the guide and the supplements, we strive to provide transparency that fosters healthy competition in the market and helps vendors to be more responsive to their clients’ needs. Participation in this update is not mandatory, and not all vendors chose to participate in this inaugural edition—that does not mean they won’t choose otherwise in subsequent editions, nor does it mean their systems are not being updated. We’ll continue to invite them in the future.