Kimble is the only leading software vendor that focuses exclusively on professional services automation (PSA), innovating a best-in-class platform that works seamlessly with CRM. Recommended by global leaders in consulting, software and hi-tech, Kimble helps professional services organizations run their businesses better, optimizing resource utilization, profitability and business scalability.
“There wasn’t really anything that did what we felt we needed to run a good services business and have that predictability and that forward look.”
All three of Kimble’s founders – Sean Hoban, Mark Robinson, and David Scott – were experienced consulting directors looking for the tool that would help them prepare for what was on the horizon.
When they couldn’t find the right tool, they created it. Kimble was created to actually drive business rather than just measure it in the rear-view mirror. The catalyst for Kimble came back in 2009, and there has been quite a bit of growth over the years. This is the story of Kimble Applications.
Compliance and Security
Kimble and Salesforce : Ready for the completion of Brexit Transition
Kimble and Salesforce have already taken the necessary actions, to ensure the continuity of their services from 1st January 2021 once the UK has left the European Union (EU).
Independent Audit – Service Organisation Controls (SOC)
Kimble meets or exceeds the standards of SSAE 18 (SOC1 Type II) and has passed an independent external audit every year since 2015, with no exceptions noted. Our internal control framework is regularly assessed for both the ‘adequacy of design’ and for ‘operational effectiveness’ in order to ensure the highest possible level of compliance.
Information Security / Data Protection
Kimble is committed to protecting the privacy of your data and users. Kimble was one of the first Salesforce Independent Software Vendors to launch a General Data Protection Regulation compliance program in early 2017, which successfully completed prior to the May 2108 deadline. Kimble acts as a Data Processor, under the General Data Protection Regulation (EU 2016/679) (“GDPR”).