A world-class suite of robust tools that streamline and automate processes for easier grantmaking and grantseeking.
A comprehensive and highly-configurable grants management solution that inspires, empowers, and engages all people involved in the grants lifecycle process; helping corporations, foundations, and nonprofits simplify the administration and implementation of their philanthropic and charitable initiatives.
| Altum Inc.|
1801 Robert Fulton Drive
Suite 450, Reston, VA 20191
| CyberGrants, Inc.|
300 Brickstone Square, Suite 601
Andover, Massachusetts 01810
No information available.
CyberGrants can be integrated with your existing accounts payable and product ordering systems.
|English||English, Chinese, German, Hindi, Japanese, Spanish, French, Russian, Italian, Dutch, Portugese, Polish, Turkish, Swedish|
|Learn more about Altum Grants Management pricing||Learn more about CyberGrants pricing|
|Types of Clients|
Types of Clients
|Small Business | Large Enterprises | Medium Business||Small Business | Large Enterprises | Medium Business|
|Types of Support|
Types of Support
|National Institute of Mental Health, Alzheimer’s Association||McDonalds, Disney, Verizon|
Altum Grants Management is a cloud-based software for both grantmakers and grantseekers. Its enterprise pricing is available upon request from the sales team, who you can get in touch with by phone or by sending your details through the contact form.
CyberGrants provides SMB and enterprise pricing plans which are calculated based on the complexity of your needs and components of your grant programs, and the number and type of users who will utilize the software. For more details and to obtain a quote, please contact the vendor’s sales team.
|+1 703-657-8299||(978) 824-0300|
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You should keep in mind that while both Altum Grants Management and CyberGrants may have a top quality array of features every product might be aimed at a different company size. If you are studying different apps you should give some attention to a business size they are aimed at. Specific features might scale up well for huge enterprises but if you own a small or mid-sized company it’s usually better to avoid paying for complex functionalities that you may never use.