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Your independent alternative for Blackbaud data hosting.

Concourse provides hosting for well over 100 organizations including some of the biggest clients in the Blackbaud software portfolio. Your data are securely hosted in a private cloud infrastructure that we ourselves own and operate. We call Dallas, Texas home for our data center where your Blackbaud data are hosted. Plus, we have a secondary disaster recovery location in Seattle. As VMware and Microsoft partners, we're committed to providing our nonprofit customers with the latest cloud technologies. If you care about security, know we undergo PCI DSS and HIPAA audits each year. That's kind of a big deal and certainly not something you'll get from Azure or AWS. So no matter whether you're in search of primary hosting for your Blackbaud data, or a safe place to do development or analytics, know that your data are in good hands with the friendly team at Concourse.

  • Glen Kendell

    Glen Kendell

    Hailing from Idaho, as a young man Glen fished, swam and ate pancakes. Glen loved being a part of Boy Scouts and the debate team in high school. He later moved to Atlanta because it was far away, then to Seattle because it was less so. Seattle has been home for him and his family ever since.

    He has a degree in Physics and has been a Certified Information Systems Security Professional since 2002.  Lately, Glen has become utterly obsessed with Tableau and wants to learn all he can about it so he can, in turn, share that with the nonprofit community.

  • Voir “Tony” Hillaire

    Voir “Tony” Hillaire

    Voir is a technology enthusiast, and really has been all his life. From an early age, Voir’s curiosity for “how things work” earned him a reputation for being the kid that could take apart anything and put it back together, often with new features. He mashed up radios with TVs with lasers. He also created what is likely the world’s first portable gaming system using a Nintendo NES and a Watchman, powered by a car cigarette lighter.

    Voir served our country in the Navy and was assigned to the destroyer USS Harry W. Hill during Desert Shield and Desert Storm.  After his service, he became a software developer and started one of the first e-Commerce companies in the mid-90s.

    Today, Voir helps Concourse with all manner of technology and programming, focusing primarily on Tableau and SQL databases.

“You can learn the technique, but passion is cultivated through dedication, love, pride and respect in your work.”
- Piero Bambi

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