SPI Software Gives Back to Local Community Organization

Timeshare software developer, SPI Software, has a tradition of sharing with the local community.  This tradition allows the employees and company to assist Miami-based organizations that support those in need. Each year, contributions provided through the employee’s spirit of giving for this tradition are combined with a matching amount by the company. 


For the 2017 Holiday Season, the SPI team is proud to partner with Parent to Parent of Miami, a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization that provides support services to families of children with disabilities and special needs. Parent to Parent of Miami focuses on serving parents of disabled children that face isolation and pain with support and education to confidently face the future.


“There is no better way to celebrate the holiday season than by supporting a valued organization like Parent to Parent of Miami.” said George Stemper, SPI CEO.


Isabel C. Garcia, President/CEO of Parent to Parent Miami said “Giving is not just about making a donation. It is about making a difference. This contribution by SPI Software will enable Parent to Parent of Miami to make a difference for an additional 30 families for a full year.”



About SPI Software
SPI Software provides resort developers and operators of timeshare, vacation club and mixed-use properties with comprehensive software solutions. SPI’s flagship software product, Orange Enterprise, includes modules for marketing, sales, property management (PMS), finance, maintenance fee and receivables servicing, centralized reservations, owner services, advanced web reporting and website applications.


About Parent to Parent

Parent to Parent of Miami is a Community Parent Resource Center serving parents of children with disabilities in Miami-Dade and Monroe counties that helps parents become better prepared to meet the needs of their children.  The program is a community-wide, non-profit organization that provides information, educational training and support to families who have children and adults with disabilities and/or special needs.