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Project Highlights

Capital Area Food Bank – The Capital Area Food Bank is the largest nonprofit serving the metro area that provides nutrition, education, and food to the thousands in need. We designed a database to track the many nutrition and education programs that they deliver. The database tracks sites, attendance and for their programs. In addition, it tracks their nutrition education training and provides them with critical data to better analyze the services they deliver. Because the database is centralized, they are also able to quickly generate reports to funders.

Institute for Educational Leadership – IEL brings together leaders across the nation to tackle education challenges and foster collaboration. In the beginning they had many program areas tracking data on multiple contacts. The problem was that this data was not shared across program areas and contact names were being duplicated in the database.  While a name or e-mail was updated by one program area, other staff had no knowledge. We came in, gathered their requirements, and created a centralized database with the name appearing only once but related to data across program areas.  Each program area logs into their own space but can share and view other relationships their colleagues have with their contacts.

Federation for State Humanities Council – The Federation is a membership association of 55 state and territorial councils. They provide support to the councils and greater awareness of the humanities. We originally designed an in-house membership database to track members and their activity; years later we took this database to the web which now allows members from across the US to login and enter their own data and also share information.  This saves the membership manager a whole lot of time.  In addition, we also created an online survey to capture salary data.

County Homeownership Fair – Previous homeownership fairs did not capture detail information on the attendees.  Year 1, we created a database to be used for onsite registration of 1,500 attendees.  This allowed staff to accurately report to the media on the demographics of the attendees.  Year 2, we created an online registration database to capture attendees which allowed staff to know in advance who was coming or if they needed to target their marketing efforts to get more attendees.  At the end of the homeownership fair, we provided summary data on the attendees to help with delivering better services and solutions to 1st time home buyers.

Name your Event - Annual Conference, Meeting, Candidate Forum, Wedding, Award Dinner or Luncheon We can provide the solutions.  We have learned that while people may invest in hiring an event planner or assistant to help with their meeting or event, you need an experienced person to track your data.  The ability to enter attendees, contact information and meeting details in a database, can save a lot of time and frustration.  We have created professional looking tent and name cards, table seating charts, name badges, attendee lists, and sponsor lists.

Salik Family Reunion - Each year families gather together to host family reunions. But many are faced with the challenge of tracking the family history and family members. We started off with a database to track specific information on family members. Once all the information was in the database, we were able to design a report that put all the family birthdays, graduations, accomplishments etc.  on one-pagers for the family journal.  The journal looked professional and was produced timely with the help of the database.

Thornton Funeral Home – As you know the funeral home business is a time-sensitive operation. The ability to process information and deliver a professional funeral is very important.  We went in and streamlined the entire operations.  We took the business from a paper-driven funeral home and automated many of the daily routines.  When families come in, the staff is now able to service them quickly and generate reports that help to monitor their business.