REDWOOD CITY, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Yesterday, RevUp Software, the Silicon Valley-based data analytics start-up, received the 2017 Pollie Award for Best Use of Analytics at the American Association of Political Consultants annual conference in Huntington Beach, CA.
"We are honored to receive the Pollie Award for Best Use of Analytics. Our software analyzes data so every fundraiser can understand their network and make the right ask to the right prospective donor at the right time," said Steve Spinner, Founder & CEO. "It's very exciting to watch this new generation of giving take shape. Our software has transformed the fundraising experience for volunteers, development officers, and finance teams – especially during this past election cycle. Soon, we will be enhancing our software with updates that will give campaigns an even greater edge."
Known for their prestige, the Pollie Awards recognize the best in the political communications and public affairs industries. The recent election cycle brought fierce competition, with only 18 percent of over 2,200 entries winning awards.
RevUp's best-in-class software leverages data analytics to revolutionize fundraising for nonprofits, academic institutions, and political campaigns, earning its second award so far this year. In February, Campaigns & Elections presented RevUp with a Reed Award for Most Innovative Product Of The Year.
In 2016, RevUp served over 50 clients across the political spectrum at the federal, state, and local levels. RevUp was even used by multiple candidates in the same race. In the current election cycle, RevUp is poised to serve over 500 campaigns, continuing to make a positive impact in the efficiency, effectiveness, and respectfulness of political fundraising.
RevUp Software is an award-winning Silicon Valley-based SaaS start-up that designs tools to help non-profits, academic institutions, and political organizations leverage data analytics and social media to meet and exceed their fundraising goals. RevUp is backed by many of the top leaders from the technology and political sectors. Learn more at www.revup.com.