CC Grant Tracker

Leading research grants management solutions for foundations, charities, and government worldwide

CC Grant Tracker provides flexible and innovative support for the whole grants lifecycle with specialist modules for research funding needs.

Specifically tailored to your requirements

Designed from the outset to meet research funding needs, CC Grant Tracker includes features to assist applicants, reviewers, committees and funders and help them to work efficiently and effectively across the grants management lifecycle. It includes all the micro-features that a grants manager requires to support the issues in their portfolio day in and day out, in addition to specialist workflows designed to handle the main stages of triage, peer review, and committee management.

Comprehensive Application Processing & Grants Management

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Working in partnership

Our solution underpins the pre and post award processes for 50+ funding agencies who collectively award more than $2 billion annually, helping to deliver collaboration, efficiency and insight to assist in the identification and management of the best applications to meet funder goals.

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