Keep track of your organization’s budget, collect dues and stay up to date on potential recruits with Greek Solutions, a platform run by four Drexel alumni.
Based out of the Baiada Institute, Drexel’s business incubator, Greek Solutions originally targeted fraternities and sororities but has since expanded to accommodate all kinds of associations and small businesses, said cofounder Shaw Levin.
The platform also allows groups to share information with each other. For example, a chapter of a sorority can use Greek Solutions to share say, vendor information, with other chapters of that sorority and that might help save them money.
Greek Solutions has two dozen customers — mostly fraternities and sororities — across the country that pay a subscription fee to use the service, said Levin, a member of Alpha Epsilon Pi.
Levin, 26, lives in Fairmount and works a day job as a software developer at a financial company. He also organized the recent Baiada Institute Showcase, which allowed students and community members to meet the different startups at the incubator.
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