Laurie Seaborn, who sold her company Spero Software last year to a larger company in a six-figure deal, stands inside the Fresno Rescue Mission, which is using the software. Spero Software developed a niche by creating software for nonprofit groups to track donations, clients they serve and other bookkeeping tasks.
Laurie Seaborn, who sold her company Spero Software last year to a larger company in a six-figure deal, stands inside the Fresno Rescue Mission, which is using the software. Spero Software developed a niche by creating software for nonprofit groups to track donations, clients they serve and other bookkeeping tasks. CRAIG KOHLRUSS ckohlruss@fresnobee.com
Laurie Seaborn, who sold her company Spero Software last year to a larger company in a six-figure deal, stands inside the Fresno Rescue Mission, which is using the software. Spero Software developed a niche by creating software for nonprofit groups to track donations, clients they serve and other bookkeeping tasks. CRAIG KOHLRUSS ckohlruss@fresnobee.com

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