"Even our CEO knows how to make updates," says Tendenci user Jess Kelso of Advance.org
Tendenci - The Open Source Content Management System for Nonprofits and Associations, is featured in the recent PR Week article, "Tendenci provides an open source CMS for nonprofits," as the software choice for Advance.org, an online membership organization for Australians living abroad.
The article, written by Tanya Lewis, features an interview with Advance.org's Manager of Online Engagement, Jess Kelso, describing the reasons for choosing the Tendenci CMS to manage Advance.org's more than 25,000 online members.
The article highlights several features of Tendenci that make online membership management simple and efficient:
"Tendenci hosts our site, but we have the ability to make changes to our site. If you're logged in as an administrator, you can change almost anything on the site. That enables us to make updates really quickly. Even our CEO knows how to make updates.
"We're an international organization that is 100% online, and we target members based on where they are in the world and what industry they work in. Tendenci has built-in functionality that allows us to segment people into groups when they join, and that facilitates targeting specfic groups.
"As well as being a membership organization for Australians abroad, we're also in the business of profiling amazing Australians abroad. The website gives us the opportunity to showcase Australians and their achievements abroad through article and video sections."
You can read the entire article here.