2020 By the Numbers for Dayspring

Looking back on this year, it’s been like nothing most of us could have ever imagined. In the midst of it, like you, we’ve tried to continue in the things that we know to do—doing our work with joy, looking out for one another, and watching out for our neighbors.

Our work has helped…

We’ve also worked hard to ensure that our skills continue to match well with our clients’ needs and the changing environment:

  • Our Design team has considered colors and imagery that are warmer and brighter to encourage people in the midst of a difficult year and has looked to UX to connect with people amidst the void of human contact that many of us are experiencing.
  • Our Engineering team has spent significant time developing additional capacity in Swift for native iOS mobile development to supplement our existing capabilities in Android and Objective-C, and, of course, custom Web development.
  • Our Salesforce team launched a client on Salesforce’s new Program Management Module to help them achieve even greater effectiveness.
  • And, finally, our Goodbudget product team focused support on budgeters in financial distress with features to support debt tracking and payoff and GB 911: Crash Course, an online course for people who’ve hit a financial emergency

Through it all, we’ve tried to be good neighbors, looking out for our community through initiatives like #revenue5for5. And, while much of what matters in life and business extends far beyond what can be captured in numbers, here are some fun ones we’d like to share from this past year!

Clients served
E-Commerce transactions
Code commits
Salesforce records under management
0 T
Bytes of data transferred
Staff hours volunteered
$ 0 K+
Contributed toward pandemic relief
New staff
We’re grateful for you and for our partnership! This year, we’re (partly) expressing that gratitude by a donation to the following organizations:

Renaissance Center – Bayview Branch

A longtime neighborhood partner of Dayspring’s, Renaissance strengthens communities by empowering socially and economically diverse entrepreneurs.

No Kid Hungry

Many children throughout the United States are missing meals they depend on due to school closures. No Kid Hungry addresses this need through grants and advocacy.


UNICEF works across more than 190 countries and territories to help children survive, thrive, and fulfill their potential. It’s the world’s largest provider of vaccines.

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