On behalf of the Greenville Chamber, congratulations goes out to Kopis for being selected March 2016 Small Business of the Month! The award was presented at this month’s board meeting by Betsy Tetsch, owner of CanvasOne, representing the selection committee and our sponsor, Cowart Awards represented by Cheryl Taylor. Andrew Kurtz joined us to accept on behalf of Kopis.
Kopis (formerly ProActive Technology) was founded in 1999 to offer technology consulting and custom software development solutions to Greenville and the surrounding region. Kopis is now one of the oldest, most-trusted, and largest custom software development companies in the area, and is an anchor in the technology community.
Recently recognized as one of the top most promising .NET development solution providers in the nation—Kopis is a perfect example of a company that constantly challenges the status quo and seeks to expand its skill set. Over the years, Kopis has served a wide array of clients, ranging from Fortune 100 companies to successful start-ups. Kopis services include: custom application development, business intelligence, mobile application development, big data solutions, SharePoint Development & Administration, SQL & SharePoint managed services, strategic corporate technology consulting, database administration services, and much more.
For every project, Kopis assembles a team of some of the most talented business analysts, project managers, and senior software engineers anywhere. Following an innovative and collaborative agile approach, Kopis works together with its clients to arrive at the right solution.
Perhaps most notably, Kopis cares deeply about the community. In 2015, Kopis launched Kopis Cares, a fund designed to give back. Kopis is particularly passionate about education and has specifically sought to support the new Next High School. And as part of this support, Kopis recently partnered with the BMW Pro-Am Golf Tournament to launch the Kopis Classic, upcoming on May 23rd. This day-long event is on the Monday following the main BMW Pro-Am Tournament and will give amateur golfers an opportunity to play alongside a professional. Proceeds from the event will go directly to the Next High School. Kopis is still accepting team registrations and is on track to raise $50,000 in support of the Next High School!
The Greenville Chamber highly recommends both!