Over the years, we have worked with over 50 organisations from the UK, Europe and further afield. Here are a few highlights from the recent past.
eLife is an open-access journal that publishes research in the life and biomedical sciences. As well as promoting open access, they invest in open-source tools to support their work.
We worked with eLife to write various extensions that support their communications with subscribers, and to publish these extensions so they are available to the CivICRM community.
We started working with the Green Party of England and Wales in 2009. Our initial focus was on streamlining their membership sign up and renewal, which contributed to a dramatic increase in membership in the following years.
Once membership improvements were bedded in, we set to work on a number of further improvements to their back end processes, in partnership with others in the CiviCRM community.
Our work with NDI has centered around on tools to improve participation in democracies around the world. Our first deliverable was the SMS Conversation extension - enabling structured communication and surveys via SMS.
We're now hard at work on a new extension to bring the power of chatbots to CiviCRM.
Association for Learning Technology
British Association of Settlements and Social Action Centres
CaVSA Hammersmith and Fulham
Charities Evaluation Service
Conflict and Change
East Dunbartonshire Cycle Coop
Federation of City Farms and Community Gardens
Forth Bridge Abseil
Foundation of European Nurses in Diabetes
Holy Trinity Brompton
Institute for War and Peace Reporting
International Mountain Biking Association
Keeping Children Safe
Lambeth Mediation Services
London Buddhist Centre
National Democratic Institute
Society for Psychical Research
The Helplines Association
The Living Wage Foundation
University for Industry (formerly LearnDirect)
Voluntary Action Westminster