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Local software, web and mobile company lends expertise to 501c3 organizations at cost

March 19, 2014


A Denver-based web and mobile development company is providing its technology services to nonprofit organizations at cost. Ceylon Solutions recently added a new service offering called Good Web Development Services (GWDS) to help organizations that help others.  This new service is a part of the company’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) efforts.

The first client to reap the benefits of this service was New York City-based PVBLIC Foundation, an in-kind grant-making organization that harnesses the power of unused media assets to drive social change. Rachel Gerrol, Executive Director at PVBLIC Foundation, said that the affordable technology services provided by Ceylon Solutions have been “extremely valuable” to the organization.

“Ceylon Solutions is helping us achieve our mission of supporting key non-profits at the local, national and global levels,” Gerrol said. “We couldn’t be happier about this partnership.”

Since its founding in 2005, Ceylon Solutions has provided web and mobile development services to more than 500 clients ranging from large associations such as The American Library Association, to large companies, and small local businesses. The company is also currently working with several tech start-ups in the areas of social networking, public safety, crowdfunding, cloud-based point-of-sale utility software, and more.

Ceylon Solutions created the innovative real estate mobile application called TrackTi, which was acquired by a large company shortly after launching in 2013. Ceylon Solutions also developed the technology for, “the social network for for philanthropy,” which won the “Next Big Thing” award at Denver Startup Week in Fall 2013.

Ceylon Solutions utilizes a combination of on-shore and off-shore staffing.  Executive staff and client services roles are based in the U.S. while the technical development staff is in based Sri Lanka. This model allows for exceptional cost savings for the company, which in turn is passed along to the clients.

More needs to be done from a CSR perspective and this is one example of how things are headed in the right direction.

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