case stud·y 
ˈkā(s) ˌstədē/

noun
plural noun: case studies
  1. a process or record of research in which detailed consideration is given to the development of a particular person, group, or situation over a period of time.
  2. a particular instance of something used or analyzed in order to illustrate a thesis or principle.
    "airline deregulation provides a case study of the effects of the internal market"
     
     
    (google)

Soft Trac Case Studies

2017

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Faith-based Nonprofit Diocese of San Angelo Improves Processes with Abila MIP AdvanceTM and Soft Trac, LLC

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Environmental Nonprofit Earthwatch Institute Improves Automation with Abila MIP Fund AccountingTM and Soft Trac, LLC

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Faith-Based Nonprofit Diocese of La Crosse Achieves Significant Time Savings with Abila MIP AdvanceTM and Soft Trac, LLC

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