Our company was founded in 2003 in San Diego, California, as Vivantech, Inc. Though we began as a web development firm, we quickly transitioned into a company that developed large enterprise systems for clients in a variety of industries. As our technology consulting business grew, we gained expertise in business process reengineering, custom software development, integrations, and quality assurance. In 2007, we entered the higher education market with our first Kuali implementation for the University of Southern California. As a result of this work, we further expanded our practice by becoming an official Kuali Commercial Affiliate, and provided planning, implementation, hosting, training, and support services for software projects at institutions within that community. In 2010, we became a certified Workday integration partner in order to serve the growing number of institutions seeking to integrate Workday to their legacy systems.
In 2013, we introduced the first of our line of cloud-based enterprise SaaS products: our research administration solution. (This product’s history follows on in the section below.) Our finance and reporting solutions quickly followed. In 2014, the non-profit Kuali Foundation changed direction by becoming KualiCo, a for-profit entity, and we severed our ties with the foundation the next year. In 2016, we changed the name of our line of software to Streamlyne. Because the response to the Streamlyne brand has been so positive, we followed suit with our corporate branding by changing the name of the company to Streamlyne in 2017. Currently, Streamlyne provides cloud-based SaaS solutions and professional services to clients in the higher education, non-profit research, for-profit research, and government sectors. Our aim is to be the conduit through which organizations become the most efficient and effective versions of themselves.