So Much More is Possible
Large and small alike have moved beyond mere websites with Concursive:
- The State of Connecticut
- The State of Virginia
- Stanford Alumni
- Darden Business School
- Naples Botanical Gardens
Use Only What You Need
Components can be used individually or as a solution; you decide
- Management Console
- Central Database
- Cloud Services
Deployment: Low Risk, Easy
Let us guide you through the process of building your own Hub by following a proven model:
- Learn: what's possible
- Design: around your needs
- Prototype: to lower risk
- Deploy: on time and in budget
Large & Small Building With Concursive Technology
Funded by the State of Virginia, ModSimConnected brings together stakeholders with an interest in benefiting from innovation, economic and business development around the Modeling & Simulation sector.
Give an Hour™ is a nonprofit founded by Dr. Barbara Van Dahlen, a psychologist in the D.C., area. The organization’s mission is to develop national networks of volunteers capable of responding to both acute and chronic conditions that arise within our society.
The State of Connecticut via their iHub connects all stakeholders to drive economic development and innovation. Participants range from high tech small businesses, to state agencies, to entrepreneurs, to schools & universities.
Naples Botanical Gardens, wanting social integration with Facebook, a synchronized mobile app, and an integrated CRM, brought up a complete solution on Concursive while keeping their data and look intact. All in 90 days.
Chaikin's novel financial app required a front and backend to automatically capture data and support social interactions. They turned to Concursive. Now, their registered mobile users flow into a Hub, a CRM and all integrated.
Vermont Powder, started by a group with roots in Vermont winter sports and passionate about connecting with others, brought up this web community and integrated mobile app. Smaller than Facebook but way cooler.
Sorell C3, in development, is a web and mobile based emergency preparedness and response system for the municipality of Sorell, Tasmania, Australia. Funded by the Australian Federal Government, this solution has both public facing aspects for citizens and private collaboration-work areas for local and State responders.