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StreamLink Software Incorporates Customer-Suggested Features into Latest Version of BoardMax(November 16, 2011)
Cleveland, OH (PRWEB) November 16, 2011
StreamLink Software, a provider of management software for nonprofit organizations and the public sector, announces the launch of version 3.0 of their nonprofit board management software product, BoardMax. The release incorporates a number of feature and process improvements suggested by customers.
A dramatically enhanced User Interface features an updated landing page with a collapsible calendar view, and an interactive dashboard that displays key organization/Board initiatives at a glance. In addition, the latest version of BoardMax boasts a streamlined process for meeting packet creation.
Customers including Stephanie Randolph, the Executive Director of the Nicholas County Community Foundation, are already reaping the benefits of BoardMax 3.0. The improvements to the user interface make it easier for me to navigate directly to the information I need. I can view and assess my boards performance at a glance right from the homepage. And best of all, we saved considerable time building my boards latest meeting packet.
According to StreamLink Software CEO, Adam Roth, Boardmaxs ability to manage all board and committee-related communications and activities is key to driving compliance. By tracking board performance, expectations and responsibilities its easier to stay on top of compliance issues and address any concerns as they arise.
Please visit http://streamlinksoftware.com/products/board-management/boardmax/ to learn more about BoardMax and to sign up for a free, personalized demo.
BoardMax is also available on the iTunes App store for iPhone and iPad. http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/boardmax/id459525474?mt=8
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