Adam Roth founded StreamLink to provide non-profits with leading-edge technology to help them better manage internal affairs, board business and programs. Since StreamLink's first product launch in July of 2008-- a solution called BoardMax -- the company has attracted more than 100 customers, including Ronald McDonald House, the Boys and Girls Club of Cleveland, and the American Heart Association. BoardMax is a web-based product designed to increase board engagement and organizational compliance with regulations and standards. AmpliFund, released earlier this year, focuses on the entire grant cycle, Roth says. Roth says the company employed two a year ago; today, it employs eight and plans to grow.