In just a few years,
has established a successful track record selling their collaborative platform as an application review tool and is ready to expand into new verticals. The Conshohocken comapny is hiring several positions including high-level web developers, web designer, experienced sales lead, and business development expert.
So far, WizeHive has largely served national and international nonprofits. Many of WizeHives clients, which include Society for Petroleum Engineers, American Humane Society, American Heart Association, Global Health Core, and Consumer Electronics Association, manage multiple programs. Some have up to a few hundred reviewers and receive as many as tens of thousands of applications. WizeHive's "customized workflow" has successfully eliminated endless sorting and meandering email chains from their review process.
"Foundations have sent us pictures of their offices before WizeHive and its just stacks and stacks of paper everywhere," Sarah Lang, Director of Marketing, says. "Now its all online and it's much easier."
The company is realizing their sophisticated automation of data and tasks may serve a variety of internal business needs as well, including bug tracking, employee database, and project management. The company has launched WizeHive 3.0
in private Beta for new business applications.
WizeHive has been doubling their business every quarter. They recently returned from the Dublin Web Summit
, where they were one of 50 companies selected for Start
"Every two weeks we're adding new features," Lang says. "Compared to this time last year we are well over double [our clients] and we keep growing every month."
Source: Sarah Lang, WizeHive
Writer: Dana Henry