Web Designers expand non-profit work through new technology
on Thursday,November 05,2009 21:11
Pennsylvania-based design and marketing firm, Blue Archer, has expanded its work with local nonprofit organizations through the use of a new constituent management program called inTouch.
The program provides a more thorough connection between an organizations front and back end operations, creating a more user friendly interface and simpler command structure. Using the new program, the organization''s website will be able to support online submissions including donations, event registrations and contact information and track these interactions through back end software.
"Through years of nonprofit web design, we understand the unique requirements and challenges that nonprofits face," said Blue Archer representative Robert Faletti. "Equipped with inTouch, nonprofits can leverage the web to grow their mission while utilizing a proven back-office platform."
Located in the Pittsburg area, Blue Archer has been supporting charitable organizations for years, while also providing wed design services to for-profit businesses since 1999.
Software and web design is listed as one of the 20 fastest growing industries in the U.S. today, allowing talented designers employment opportunities across a number of fields.
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