Non-profit CRM provider acquires new charity services

Non-profit CRM provider Silverbear has added to its arsenal of charity tools with the acquisition of Decisions.

Chloe Green | 6th Jun 19
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Non-profit CRM provider Silverbear has acquired CRM and app development company Decisions to expand its software capabilities and services for charities and membership organisations.

Following the deal, Decisions will become part of Silverbear, and included in the ClearCourse Partnership. The deal is an expansion of Silverbear’s existing CRM capabilities, adding consultancy and membership business intelligence capabilities.

Decisions provides flexible, integrated management software, consultancy, and events management services to member associations, clubs and professional institutions, with customers including the British Association for Shooting and Conservation and the Society of Genealogists.

“Joining Silverbear and the ClearCourse Partnership is a great opportunity for us to build upon our development over the last 20 years. We are excited to be able to offer our clients an enhanced range of products and services,” said Yoga Gill of Decisions.

Prior to the deal in December 2018, Silverbear was itself acquired by ClearCourse, and is one of eight companies included in the group. ClearCourse has been supporting the growth and development of software and service providers in various sectors including the charitiable space, membership organisations, events and bookings, sports and leisure.

Earlier in the year, ClearCourse announced its purchase of instaGiv, a UK digital and mobile fundraising platform.

Gerry Gualtieri, CEO of ClearCourse said: “ClearCourse was founded to help achieve operational and commercial synergies between market-leading software and service providers, so that they can offer greater value for their end users. The addition of Decisions to Silverbear will bolster the ecosystem we have built over the last seven months and represents the latest development in the Partnership’s strong growth.”