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Empowering
Education

EDMC is one of North America’s largest providers of private post-secondary education with approximately 150,000 students. They manage four distinct institutions that offer a wide range of degree programs across multiple disciplines.

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News

Brushfire Launches Givr

Givr was developed with a single purpose in mind: Modernize mobile giving. The goal was to see nonprofits ahead of the mobile payments curve, leveraging technology and efficiency to maximize donor participation. With Givr's super clean interface and easy to use features, mobile giving will never be the same!

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Microsoft Features IJM App

IJM and Brushfire were recently featured in a Microsoft Case Study. The case study features the IJM Windows Phone app and it's innovative use of the Microsoft platform to enable activism.

Shotzoom on NY Times Top 10 apps of '11

Shotzoom (our sister company) was just honored by the New York Times as creating one of the Top 10 apps of 2011. Shotzoom's Tiger Woods:My Swing app was a major step forward for video manipulation on the iPhone. Yeeee hawww!!

Shotzoom Wins Apple Design Award

Our sister company (Shotzoom Software) recently won the 2011 App Design of the Year at Apple's WWDC award. The award was for the team's extraordinary work on the Golfscape augmented reality app. We couldn't be more proud!

Plugged In Grabs NRB App Award

Focus on the Family will be receiving the award for Best Mobile Ministry Initiative at this year's National Religious Broadcasters conference. We're incredibly proud of our work on this project. Our congratulations go out to the Focus team for a job well done.

Teaming with the Gospel Coalition

Brushfire is incredibly excited to be working with The Gospel Coalition to a launch an iPad app for the new Tim Keller penned catechism. The new property will focus on helping children and there parents engage in a catechism in a deep and meaningful way. More details to come...