Below find a list of some current (or recently completed) projects that we have been working on.
Fixed Income Analysts Society, Inc.
FIASI is a not-for-profit professional society dedicated to the education of its membership and the fixed income community at large: https://www.fiasi.org
FIASI recently went through a complete website redesign project, upgrading to Joomla 3.x, CiviCRM 4.6, implementing a new site template, and restructing much of their content. CiviCRM is used for managing membership and other contacts, in particular those who attend their monthly seminar series and annual awards banquet.
Outdoor Industries Women's Coalition
OIWC advocates for workplace equity, diversity, and inclusion by expanding opportunities for women in the outdoor, snow, bike, and run industries: http://www.oiwc.org/
They are in the process of moving from a SAAS solution for contact/membership management to CiviCRM, in conjunction with a website rebuild in WordPress. We are providing CiviCRM implementation services, including system design, data migration, and several customizations to meet their workflow requirements.
Massachusetts CFIDS/ME & FM Association
Mass CFIDS exists to meet the needs of patients with CFIDS (Chronic Fatigue and Immune Dysfunction Syndrome, also known as Chronic Fatigue Syndrome), ME (Myalgic Encephalomyelitis) or FM (Fibromyalgia), their families, and loved ones: https://www.masscfids.org/
We've helped them upgrade to current versions of Joomla and CiviCRM, and completely restructure their site content.
Open Source Initiative
Open Source Initiative advocates and educates concerning open source software: https://opensource.org/
We recently helped them upgrade CiviCRM (which they use for contact, membership, and donation management) to the current stable release. In coming weeks we will provide consultation as they review some of their internal workflows and look for ways to improve efficiency and make better use of CiviCRM's toolset.
Disability Awareness Training
We've recently upgraded and rebuilt the Disability Awareness Training website: http://www.disabilityawarenesstraining.com/
Dave is a good friend who provides training to businesses, first responders, churches, and just about any other organization that wants to better understand and improve awareness of disability issues. Effort was taken to make sure the site meets current accessibility standards.