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encite development group, inc.

FCSControl is a leading sales automation software for the service industry. Our focus turns towards scaling this product and focusing on distribution channels.

  • Stage $1M in TTM Revenue
  • Industry Software
  • Location Woodstock, IL, US
  • Currency USD
  • Founded February 2006
  • Employees 10
  • Website

Company Summary

In just 3.5 years on the market FCSControl is a leading enterprise sales automation software for the service industry. Our focus now turns towards scaling this product and focusing on channels for distribution.


  • The fcs president ceo

    During his 25-year career in the service industry, Dennis recognized a distinct need for the integration of technology into all of the service trades, to streamline business procedures and produce better results. In 2006 he created Encite Development Group Inc., to bring sales technology to the service industries, ultimately leading to the development of the industry’s most advanced integrated sales automation system: FCSControl.

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    Operations Manager

    Will has sat in the offices of contractors across the United States and has implemented over 100 companies on the FCSControl system. Acquiring contractor best practices gives Will a unique perspective across the 3500 users on the system. Will is responsible for the day to day activity within Operations and additionally contributes to the FCSControl product development team based upon customer needs and system requirements.

  • Nate
    Product Development Manager

    Nate leads the programming team in the development of our latest cutting edge technologies. With a Bachelors in Computer Game Development from DePaul University in Chicago and an extensive history in web development, Nate has played an essential role in our New Developments department. His expertise in user interface and most current web technologies continue to help us develop sleek and intuitive products.

Previous Investors

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    Terence Riley
    Architecture and Planning