Honors

Awards GovCollect Has Won…



3 Time Winner

Capital Software dba GovCollect Software is proud of the recognition it has received as one of the regions fastest growing companies. GovCollect has been recognized three times by being awarded the “Emerging 30” award. To qualify for the award, business must be established for 3 years, have an average of at least 15% growth in revenues during the past three years, and must exceed $250,000 in revenue with fewer than 150 employees.



GovCollect Software Named a Top 60 Company in the United States

U.S. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE BLUE RIBBON SMALL BUSINESS AWARDS is part of the U.S. Chamber’s Small Business of the Year selection process, and is awarded to companies that showed excellence in business history and commitment to customers, employees, and the community.

GovCollect Software was selected as one of the final 60 Blue Ribbon businesses in the entire United States. “Receiving a national award installs tremendous pride in our entire team and also serves as a “that a boy” for all the hard work to get to this point,” comments Christopher Sturm, President of GovCollect.

GovCollect Software was recognized at the national small business summit in Washington D.C. and will also be recognized locally at the Chamber of Commerce Small Business Success Awards.



GovCollect Software has been named a winner.

From a field of 205 nominees, GovCollect was chosen for the Chamber of Commerce Success Award.  The Chamber of Commerce Success Awards were established in 1996 to recognize small businesses that have demonstrated growth, financial stability, resourcefulness, and creativity to excel in their chosen industries.

To qualify for the Chamber of Commerce “Success” Awards, the nominated business must have completed three or more full years of operation, be locally owned and operated, generate less than $5 million in sales, and have fewer than 100 employees.

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