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Overview

Submittable provides you with tools to launch, measure, and grow the social impact programs. Starting from grants and scholarships to awards and CSR programs, they help in making a difference. This platform makes your work processes efficient and straightforward, assisting in making better decisions and a better impact.

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Submittable

Features

  • Access Controls/Permissions
  • Abstract Management
  • Applicant Management
  • Applicant Portal
  • Archiving & Retention
  • Artist Management
  • Attendee Management
  • Awards Management
  • Blind Judging
  • Booking Management
  • Budgeting/Forecasting
  • Campaign Management
  • Cataloging/Categorization
  • Collaboration Tools
  • Commenting/Notes

Specifications

  • Deployment: Cloud Based, Web Based, SaaS Based, iPhone / iPad, Android

Training

  • In Person
  • Live Online
  • Webinars
  • Documentation

Submittable Users

Available Support

  • Email
  • Phone
  • Live Support

Language Support

  • English

Company Details

  • Company Name: Submittable

  • Headquarter: United States

  • Full Address:

Reviews

Pros: I like the transparency and the ease with which we were able to implement the software into our grant management procedure. The forms are easy to build, I can create a lot of them to cover the gaps for subsequent applicant communication. We were also able to do blind review to eliminate biases and separate groups of reviewers with different sets of questions.
Cons: 1) The number of seats comes expensive. As a charity, we have a pool of scientific volunteers who give back to the community by reviewing grants with us. But with the limited number of seats, we had to narrow down the pool to the bare minimum and restructure the whole review process in order to fit in our tight budgets. 2) There isn’t an open API available for us to integrate into our mobile app. There is only a read-only API that we were able to connect to but it gives limited connectivity and doesn’t allow us to sync the internal grant management process with external-facing community commitments.

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Overall: I use this whenever I submit poems or manuscripts to publishers. It’s really easy to use and it stores your old content which means that you never lose anything. I only use it when I have to. I’ve never used it for my own reasons. It’s always when the publisher/competition requests its use. I have no reason to use it beyond that.
Pros: You never lose anything because it saves it for you as a PDF. A full history of everything you have submitted and whether it is processing or whether its been accepted or declined.
Cons: Limited functionality. I can’t really use it for anything personal. Only when I’m submitting work and the publisher/competition prefers this method. It would be cool if I could save workable, InDesign or Word copies for my own use. If I have to download a PDF then I have to use another software to make the text editable which is always a hassle.

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What do you like best?
The customer service was excellent throughout every step of the process. The ease of use of the application form builder.

What do you dislike?
The only thing that I didn’t like was there could have been a few more options in terms of dropdown menu and multiple choice boxes

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What do you like best?
What I most appreciate about Submittable is the quick replies I get from my contact there, Pat Owen. I dislike reading instructions and Pat indulges me with personalized explanations of how to do various things on the site.

The site itself is quite well designed and pretty self-explanatory once the basics are laid out.

What do you dislike?
It’s a bit early for me to have discerned any real problems.

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