Silverbear is proud to announce the launch of our new, fully-featured website www.silverbear.com
Our site reflects our brand, positions us as a modern, SaaS-based, cloud software company, and showcases the best of Silverbear 365 and our approach to supporting our clients.
We wanted to make the new website faster with an intuitive layout that is more user-friendly. We’ve streamlined menus, simplified navigation, and enhanced visual imagery. Combined with enhanced content and optimisation for mobile devices allowing customers and prospects to better interact with Silverbear online. Explore the site focusing on the individual features of the solution and the industries we serve with our leading Product Led sales and delivery approach.
We hope you find the new website fresh and modern; we worked hard to make sure it is designed to assist membership organisations in making well-informed decisions about the purchase and installation of their membership management software.
Carl Grieves, CEO Silverbear is delighted with the new website: “The redesigned website has a new look and improved functionality to ensure an easier and more engaging experience for our users. It is now much easier to view the features of Silverbear 365 and gives a clear outline of how we work with customers to implement new solutions. The updated news section encompasses all announcements relating to both Silverbear and ClearCourse, events, blogs, and industry research thought-leadership pieces.”
Silverbear is proud to be the leading Microsoft partner for membership and non-profit organisations in the UK and Ireland. Our trusted digital platform, built on the Microsoft Dataverse, Dynamics 365, and Azure delivers world-class engagement to over seventy organisations serving 4.2 million members.
We securely manage over £440 million of subscriptions, donations, and payments every year to support the foundation of our clients' memberships. We solely focus on the membership sector; customers are all Professional Membership bodies, Trade Associations, Trade Unions, Regulatory Bodies, and the Arts & Heritage sector.