Grant Tracker selected by Fondation Contre le Cancer

CC Technology is pleased to announce that CC Grant Tracker has been selected by Fondation contre le Cancer/ Stichting tegen Kanker, based in Belgium, to deliver an online research grants management system. This Foundation is the largest national cancer fighting organization in Belgium. Its three priorities are the funding of scientific oncology research, the offering of support to patients and their families and the promotion of a healthy life style. Through the work of research the Foundation has funded, the chances of likelihood for a cure have increased and continue to grow.

Fondation contre le Cancer join CC Technology’s extensive client base of grant-making bodies across multiple sectors in UK, Europe and further afield that are benefiting from the practice-proven functionality of the market leading CC Grant Tracker platform.

CC Technology Managing Director Dave Allan commented “We are really pleased to be working with Belgium’s premier cancer fighting organisation. Since CC Grant Tracker was first launched in 2006 there has been a continual process of product development and improvement and we take great pride in the service we now provide to such a diverse range of organisations across the world. In line with recent growth I am also pleased to announce further investment in the product and our team with further recruitment in the areas of product development and quality assurance. The experience and expertise of the CC Technology team is unrivalled in the domain of configurable grant management systems.”

Additionally, CC Grant Tracker has recently been selected by two of the world’s leading medical research organisations, an independent London based charitable organisation and a large non-profit making grant-making body. CC Technology was selected as the successful supplier for these major organisations after rigorous tender processes. Further details of these new CC Grant Tracker clients will be released in due course.

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