TORONTO, CANADA —Â Wisely, a Toronto-based startup which provides an AI-powered productivity solution for not-for-profit fundraisers, joinsÂ theÂ DMZÂ at Ryerson University this month as part of the sales acceleratorâ€™s eighth cohort.
Ranked the #1 university-based business incubator in the world, the DMZ helps high-potential startups grow and scale to world-class tech businesses.
â€śWeâ€™re very excited to bring our social enterprise focus to such an esteemed community, and join the many tech leaders DMZ has supported,â€ť said Co-Founder and CEO Artiom Komarov. â€śWe want to draw the attention of business leaders to the many technology opportunities in the not-for-profit sector, and encourage others to develop new tools for this incredible and under-served sector.â€ť
â€śWe are thrilled to be joining the DMZ,â€ť said Co-Founder and COO Wes Moon. â€śAs first-time founders, having access to this unique community of alumni and advisors will allow us to provide our customers with better services and to grow our company effectively.â€ť
â€śWisely helps not-for-profits take advantage of innovative technologies like machine learning to increase the impact of their mission,â€ť said Co-Founder and CTO Ryan Henry. â€śWith the support and experience of the team at the DMZ we will continue to build new features into Wiselyâ€™s AI-powered fundraising solution that help not-for-profits take a technological leap forward.â€ť
The eighth cohort runs from January to April 2019.
Wisely is Canadaâ€™s leading AI productivity solution for fundraisers in the not-for-profit sector. Built for fundraisers, by fundraisers, Wisely uses existing client data to make better predictions about donor behaviour, improve pipeline health and provide actionable insights in real time for greater fundraiser success. Unique in the not-for-profit space, Wisely employs an agency model for dedicated client support. Backed by experts in the technology and not-for-profit space, Wisely is proud to be working with clients like the Alzheimer Society of Toronto and Ontario, St. Josephâ€™s Health Centre, Camp Oochigeas, and the International Fellowship of Christians and Jews. To learn more about us, visitÂ fundraisewisely.comÂ and follow us onÂ Facebook,Â InstagramÂ andÂ LinkedIn @fundraisewisely
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