Maureen Vanacore and Andrew Royappa, the co-founders of eWebLife, have each had their own technology companies since 2000, and have partnered together on technology projects, including websites and web based applications for both non-profits and for-profit companies since 2003. During this timeframe they made the following observations:
Many clients required the similar core features for their business or ministry or business.
Clients were using several systems to meet their needs, resulting in duplicate data entry, redundant and out of date data.
Clients tend to underestimate the ongoing costs of technology, after the initial investment.
A highly configurable Software as a Service (SaaS) approach would address the requirements of most clients, and would provide a secure, supported platform to address technology changes, and provide on-going enhancements to all clients as part of their monthly fee.