Our culture focuses on three simple yet powerful principles. These provide the foundation needed to develop a great company, serve our customers, and make a positive impact on your business and the greater good. Our goal is to help ensure each customer’s success as they position their organization to compete, adapt, and reduce risk in an unpredictable world. We make our customers happy. Hold on, “ERP vendor” and “happy customers” in the same sentence? Think of it as staying ahead of what's next®.Learn more
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Our employees and founders believe in the power of generosity and support a number of charities through our giving back philosophy. Read the story of how our founder, Ed McVaney, and his wife, Carole, began their journey of generosity.
The Lourie's are also actively involved with CrossPurpose, a company equipping unemployed or underemployed adults to become self-sufficient through job training and personal development.
Vito and his wife, Jennifer, donate time and give support to Colorado Special Olympics. They feel great about helping the special Olympians experience the excitement of sportsmanship and accomplishment.
Axel and his family volunteer as ski instructors at the National Sports Center for the Disabled. The Allgeiers enjoy sharing their passion for the outdoors with disabled youth, and individuals with almost any cognitive, emotional or behavioral diagnosis. NSCD gives the disabled an opportunity to participate in outdoor activities, learn to ski and enjoy the beauty of Colorado.
Vito and his wife Jennifer have two children with serious allergies and asthma. They have benefited from the doctors and superior care at National Jewish Hospital, one of the country's top respiratory hospitals. They give to support continued research so that others might also benefit.
Konrad donates monthly to the Wounded Warrior Project in an effort to assist those in our armed forces who have been severely wounded.
Kiana is partnered with LightBridge International, a faith-based nonprofit. LightBridge International’s mission is to engage individuals to care for the orphaned and poor by providing support, training, discipleship and development opportunities. Kiana has served multiple times in Cambodia and Thailand at LightBridge’s various sites. Kiana also sponsors a child, Little Tida, in LightBridge’s Blossom Home orphanage.
Konrad and his wife, Stephanie, have seen firsthand through their two children how swimming can have a positive impact on the life of kids by giving them self-esteem and confidence in and out of the water. They donate each year to the USA Swimming Foundation so that all children in America have the opportunity to learn to swim regardless of gender, race, or financial circumstance. The USA Swimming Foundation has provided swim lessons for more than 5 million children nationwide since 2007.
Ryan cares deeply for those who are less fortunate. Ryan is actively involved as a mentor with Save Our Youth. Ryan also has always had a heart for Africa and supports a child from Ethiopia, Samuel, to pay for school and other essential supplies through Food for the Hungry. Ryan also supports Food for the Hungry by actively volunteering and encouraging others to sponsor.
Many of the Nextworld team donate to Goodwill, providing education, career development, and employment opportunities to help Coloradans in need achieve self-sufficiency, dignity, and hope through the Power of Work.
Deb and her family participate in shows to raise money for kids in Africa to go to Young Life camp.
Andrew and his wife donate to Cadence, a Christian organization sharing the gospel with all branches of the military.
Angela and her family donate to Hands of the Carpenter, whose mission is to provide reliable transportation through affordable repairs, regular maintenance, and even vehicle placements.
Andrew Robinson and his wife donate to Rocky Mountain PBS, a network dedicated to providing inspiring local, national, and international programming. It offers diverse viewpoints, front row seats to world-class performances, and lifelong learning opportunities.
Kendra and her husband donate and volunteer with Mercy Project. Their mission is to rescue children from slavery. They partner with families and communities trapped in the cycle of poverty, empowering them with sustainable economic solutions in order to free children from forced labor.
Deb has been a volunteer at Musana in Uganda 3 times helping to develop sustainable solutions for rural communities.