Akcelerant participates in community service at local family shelter

Nearly twenty employees volunteer on Akcelerant’s second annual “Day of Caring”

MALVERN, PA (December 18, 2014) – Akcelerant, a provider of software and services to the financial industry, coordinated an afternoon of community service last month in conjunction with Akcelerant’s charity partner, the United Way. This non-profit organization is dedicated to improving education and financial stability in local communities while aiding at-risk youth and adults. One way they do this is by serving as a bridge between companies and local non-profits, as they did when they connected Akcelerant with the Friends Association for this community service event.

The Friends Association assists homeless and nearly homeless families in stabilizing their lives by maintaining permanent housing and sustaining employment. The non-profit organization offers support through a two-year homeless prevention program designed to transfer life skills and develop self-sufficiency in their clients. Nineteen Akcelerant employees, armed with rags and rakes, spent the afternoon gardening, raking, hosing, scrubbing and preparing the local family shelter. By the end of the day, Akcelerant had left its mark on an apartment and the front and back yard of the brick building in West Chester, PA.

“One of Akcelerant’s chief corporate values is ‘Sharing Success’,” states founder and Chief Executive Officer, Jay Mossman. “It’s on our website and it’s on our hearts. We are always looking for ways to contribute to the community, and I am proud of each member of the Akcelerant team who was able to volunteer for this worthy cause.”

About Akcelerant Software LLC
Akcelerant, located in Malvern, Pennsylvania, provides financial institutions with innovative technology that improves relationships during every phase of an account’s life cycle including demand generation, origination, account servicing, risk management and analytics. Today, more than 500 financial institutions in North America are using Akcelerant technology. For more information, visit


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