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Tendenci Appoints Nicole Davis President

President Nicole DavisHOUSTON, OCT. 4, 2021 -- Tendenci - The Open Source AMS (www.tendenci.com), a leading global association management software company, today announced that Nicole M. Davis has been promoted to President from her previous role as Operations Manager. Founder Ed Schipul will maintain an active role in the company, serving as Chairman of the Board in an advisory capacity. 

Davis brings more than 12 years of applied academic research and business leadership experience to Tendenci, with a particular focus on data-centric business modeling and process improvement, delivering an exceptional customer experience.

“It’s about the people”, says Davis, “the core team who has carried Tendenci for several years, the developer community who helped shape Tendenci into what it is today, the people who make up the nonprofits and NGOs we serve - and whose vision we help bring to life - as well as all of the people they uplift globally. 

I can think of nothing more fulfilling than investing in people, in tech, and in the future of open source software.”

After being at the helm for 24 years, Schipul is looking forward to supporting Ms. Davis in her strategic plan to advance Tendenci’s vision - to organize the world’s people. Do good.  

Within the Open Source community, developers recognize Tendenci as the preferred platform for building and hosting nonprofit and association websites. Davis looks forward to continued collaboration with the community on future Tendenci features and cross-platform integrations. 


About Tendenci

Ranked as one of the top 5 AMS softwares internationally, Tendenci continues to build on the work of the Open Source community to uphold these standards, with a sustained focus on global accessibility, languages, scalability, privacy and security.

Headquartered in Houston with contributors from around the world, the Tendenci Open Source platform is tailor-made for the unique needs of cause-related organizations including associations and nonprofits. Tendenci is a revenue generating online tool with over one million users overall. Tendenci powers the websites of the Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification Accreditation Body, Rice University’s Baker Institute for Public Policy and DePelchin Children's Center, among hundreds of others. Tendenci services to a global client base that encompasses a variety of service industries in local, national and international markets. Additional information about Tendenci is available at www.tendenci.com.



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SWB Joins Tendenci AMS to Scale Up Their Data Science & Analytical Services

Data-Driven Members and Volunteers passionately support Statistics Without Borders (SWB) to contribute to the good of society, and use SWB's new Tendenci site as a platform for doing just that. "Data science and statistics are not typically thought of as ways to uplift societies, and Statistics Without Borders plays a unique role in changing people’s perceptions of what data science can do". -SWB 

Statistics Without Borders

Statistics Without Borders is a volunteer outreach group of the American Statistical Association (ASA) that values people and our planet. They provide Pro Bono services in statistics and data science. You can become a member and volunteer your time to contribute to the good of society and request a project by filling out a new client questionnaire! SWB welcomes people from different backgrounds for a variety of roles. And while most of their volunteers do have statistical training, you do not need to have majored in statistics to help advance their powerful mission. 

All of this wonderful information is found on their customized Tendenci website for Association Management Software, where you can also search for clients in their Business Directory, and check out their Volunteer Testimonials. For the core of their mission, Statistics Without Border is leveraging the flexibility of the Projects Module, which is completely customizable. SWB also takes advantage of the flexibility of integrations in the Tendenci software without the need for third-party plugins by embedding Tableau, a popular visualization tool to help Data Analysts create comprehensive visuals.

Now that's the power of building an online presence with community management software! With open-source, Tendenci AMS continues to pave the way for associations and non-profit organizations on a global scale.

SWB has no limits for its community of data-driven members and volunteers as they leverage Tendenci open-source association management software.

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About Tendenci

Ranked as one of the top 5 AMS software internationally, Tendenci - The Open Source Association Management Software continues to build on the work of the Open Source community to uphold these standards, with a sustained focus on global accessibility, languages, scalability, privacy, and security.

Headquartered in Houston with contributors from around the world, the Tendenci Open Source platform is tailor-made for the unique needs of cause-related organizations including associations and nonprofits. Tendenci is a revenue-generating online tool with over one million users overall. Tendenci powers the websites of the Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification Accreditation Body, Rice University’s Baker Institute for Public Policy, and DePelchin Children's Center, among hundreds of others. Tendenci services to a global client base that encompasses a variety of service industries in local, national, and international markets. Additional information about Tendenci is available at www.tendenci.com.

 

We Want to Fully Support Your Organizations Success in the Online World

Your Software. Your Data. Your Choice. 

 Give us a Call at (281)497-6567 

 Contact us today!

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Moms for Liberty Joins Tendenci AMS with Growing Chapters Across the U.S.

Moms for Liberty has a customed comprehensive website strategy its users and members can all enjoy to leverage the unity of parents who are fighting for the school rights and safety of their children. Moms for Liberty's vision and mission is 'dedicated to fighting for the survival of America by unifying, educating, and empowering parents to defend their parental rights at all levels of government'. 

This empowering organization is flourishing with growing chapters across the United States. Moms for Liberty enjoys Tendenci features like Chapter Memberships which include a customized organizational chapter newsletter that is sorted by entities, and groups, and assigned to chapter officers, populating chapter-specific content with events, rich media, news, and more. Other features include: Enjoying a fresh mobile-responsive design layout that reflects the organization's message; Membership Management capabilities; Event Management including nation-wide and chapter-specific events to be dynamically pulled onto chapter landing pages; a Document Repository; Donation Management, integration with E-commerce platform; Newsletters; and other custom integrations which are all possible thanks to the open-source initiatives as Tendenci is completely open-source and 100% customizable. 

Explore the website. Learn more about Moms for Liberty and start a Chapter in your home area if you need to. 

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About Tendenci

Ranked as one of the top 5 AMS software internationally, Tendenci continues to build on the work of the Open Source community to uphold these standards, with a sustained focus on global accessibility, languages, scalability, privacy, and security.

Headquartered in Houston with contributors from around the world, the Tendenci Open Source platform is tailor-made for the unique needs of cause-related organizations including associations and nonprofits. Tendenci is a revenue-generating online tool with over one million users overall. Tendenci powers the websites of the Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification Accreditation Body, Rice University’s Baker Institute for Public Policy, and DePelchin Children's Center, among hundreds of others. Tendenci services to a global client base that encompasses a variety of service industries in local, national, and international markets. Additional information about Tendenci is available at www.tendenci.com.

 

We Want to Fully Support Your Organizations Success in the Online World

Your Software. Your Data. Your Choice. 

 Give us a Call at (281)497-6567 

 Contact us today!

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Yes, software really is a mission | With Ed Schipul

Software is a mission Blog 2013 Screenshot by Ed SchipulI quoted what I believe is a great blog post below by Michael Stanton. It relates to our company as well because we work primarily with non-profit organizations. Business or NPO, you work with a company online and it’s a relationship and not a transaction. You share a vision, or it won’t work. Period.

Does your RFP ask what their vision is? What their mission is? Or just for a copy of their financial statements?


Yes, software really is a mission. For our company, I call our overarching beliefs and values our vision statement. The reason I look forward to work versus showing up early but only for a paycheck and jetting out the door at 5:51 is the vision. You can’t sustain 15 years for the money. Here is our vision statement: “To Connect and Organize the World’s People. Do Good".

When reading the article below replace the word “mission” with “vision” and it is a fair test on if you should do business with us.


If you don’t share that vision, then it won’t work. It just won’t. Sure we will make you money because we are really good at the whole marketing thing after years of study (15 years old, 30+ employees, 400+ clients, there is a reason agencies are constantly trying to steal our people and buy our company! Curious why I say no? Because I don’t believe in THEIR vision. I did the 9 to 5 thing at companies I didn’t believe in. It was hellish.)


Call it a vision. Or a mission. Whichever, yet THAT is why you should or should not do business with a company. Because I promise you as our CEO that the vision drives Tendenci 100%. And we don’t hold much back from the Tendenci open source for non-profits either. Here is the full quote from the article:

Software as a Service is no longer an accurate description of the paradigm of innovation, of the relationship between customer and service provider. We need a more accurate term.
Software as a Mission.
Software can move so fast that customers are not only not buying a static product anymore, they are also not subscribing to a defined service, they are now believers in a mission and hanging on for the ride. And the ride is fast enough to be a bullet train, but can also be a roller coaster. Companies that seem promising can suddenly get acquired, or go down in flames from premature scaling. They can get a strong competitor coming out of left field.
The question is no longer “Do you like the product?” As much as: Do you believe in the company? Do you believe in their direction? Do you believe in the team?
And if you bet on the wrong horse, it's not as big of a deal as it used to be. You just take your credit card to the next one doing the thing you wanted doing. No big deal. The cost of implementation is usually just people hooking up their identities and choosing a password, at most uploading a spreadsheet.
By the way, this also means you won't just have one vendor for what your communities or teams need. You'll likely have several, and functionality will overlap. We're going to have to be Zen about that.
So, let me ask you this question: think about your vendors. Picture them. Do you believe in the company? Do you believe in their mission, their direction, their team? Believing is so important because great teams can ship software really quickly, and what you have next year will not be what you have this year. Believing is important because small teams of people can now produce software that millions of people use. (At one point there were almost 2 Million Twitter users for every Twitter employee, the same goes for Instagram.)
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And I’d like to highlight one part again. Because oddly enough it applies in both directions. We have a sales incentive program that does not discern between clients who share our values and those that don’t. You can look back at every deal that unwound and it is either communication or a lack of aligned values. In the next paragraph, repeated from above, I have replaced the word “vendors” with the word “clients” and changed the audience to our employees, outsourcers, vendor partners, and to the extended tribe. To (slightly) misquote Mr. Stanton again:


So, let me ask you this question: think about your vendors. Picture them. Do you believe in the company? Do you believe in their mission, their direction, their team?


While it is a common saying for us to “get to “no” fast if we aren’t a good fit.” I think the same goes for prospects. IBM was the biggest so the saying in the 80s was “nobody ever got fired for buying IBM hardware” even though it cost a premium. Yet that also wasn’t the key to great success. Dell seemed invincible. And right now the only PC company I see that I think “cares” about what I do, that I believe every employee shares the vision with, is Apple. And Steve isn’t there anymore. Yet the vision remains.
Purchase the proprietary market leader for your NPO if you are there for the paycheck and not the vision. And while the message might be self-serving given Tendenci was started by our company, it is worth noting that the White House is now powered by Drupal. They believe that the company that powers Drupal, and that Dries himself, believes in the importance of open government from top to bottom. I believe it too. It really is software as a mission as

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InsightXperts Joins Tendenci Open Source To Expand Its Legal Services to the Medicolegal Community in the U.S.

Is Your Law Firm In Need of Offering Expert Medicolegal Services to Your Client Community? 

InsightXperts

We love our clients and are excited to announce our newest friends InsightXperts, a team of certified nurse life care planners and case managers, with over 50 years of experience working and collaborating with various experts across a spectrum of specialties. Let InsightXperts do the detective and analysis work for you!

InsightXperts provides insight into holistic and lifelong care, case management, education, collaboration, coordination and addressing the often-unmet needs of those with catastrophic injuries and chronic medical conditions. And not to mention, Veterans Administration services which includes long-term care, discharge planning, quality improvements, home assessments, and acute care, patient advocacy, medical billing review, and much more. 

With InsightXperts cost-effective Membership, attorneys in the United States can now plan for medical legal services to offer their client community with a membership tier. Have questions?

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About Tendenci

Ranked as one of the top 5 AMS softwares internationally, Tendenci continues to build on the work of the Open Source community to uphold these standards, with a sustained focus on global accessibility, languages, scalability, privacy and security.

Headquartered in Houston with contributors from around the world, the Tendenci Open Source platform is tailor-made for the unique needs of cause-related organizations including associations and nonprofits. Tendenci is a revenue generating online tool with over one million users overall. Tendenci powers the websites of the Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification Accreditation Body, Rice University’s Baker Institute for Public Policyand DePelchin Children's Center, among hundreds of others. Tendenci services to a global client base that encompasses a variety of service industries in local, national and international markets. Additional information about Tendenci is available at www.tendenci.com.

 

We Want to Fully Support Your Organizations Success in the Online World

Your Software. Your Data. Your Choice. 

 Give us a Call at (281)497-6567 

 Contact us today!

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Celebrating 24 Years With Some Fun Facts!

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To begin with, it has always been about our clients. You don't write open source software for non-profits as part of a get rich-quick business plan. We have stayed true to that vision; transparent and with security and privacy as our top priority because we take care of our people. But it gets more expensive every day with COVID-19 and it is a stress on all of us. We are all doing the best we can. We know that you are too.  

Team Tendenci is immensely grateful to those who donate their time to the community code, to our clients who continue to do great things and further their cause with all the built-in communication tools Tendenci software has to offer. Y'all are awesome! 

From Ed Schipul: "Congratulations on 24 years. It has been a journey, a story that is still being written and rewritten in a changing world. I'm looking forward to seeing y'all tomorrow!"

Tendenci - The Open Source Association Management Software (AMS) 

Together we can Connect the World’s People and Do Good.

Ed Schipul designed Tendenci software with NPO’s and associations in mind because;

Nothing is more powerful and beautifully complex than nonprofits and associations trying to further their cause with a software built specifically for them;

Do everything you need to do for your online presence with Tendenci which is fully open source and 100% customizable;

Even host in the language of your choice, in the country of your choice and get to say "I own my data". Host with us for extra security layers if you wish. Your freedom. Your choice. Built for you;

No other AMS is as flexible with intuitive management ability and with more features and security than most enterprise softwares. That's what our clients and community say! So,

Choose Tendenci and own your data. This software was built for you. Yes literally. We are 100% transparent. Developers and programmers love Tendenci - a software built on community who contribute to the code everyday. Why purchase plugins? When Tendenci integrates with everyone. Yes, open-source rocks!

It's Your software. Your data. Your choice.



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Fun facts from Ed Schipul:

- Ellen Marquez was the very first employee - and I will always be grateful for her being crazy enough to come work for me. - Ed

- Mike Hall Chevrolet on Highway Six was our first real web design client.

- NTSERVER01 - the very first server - was built from parts bought on Harwin on the floor of Scott Pederson's kitchen in Katy.

- Career Partners International was our biggest and first large International Consulting and Development project.

- Altivia was the first full network (Hardware, software, PCs, Exchange Servers, Wiring we installed in Channelview Texas).

- It was the tech-recession of 2001 that forced us to reinvent and that was the year I started writing codebase. 

- Codebase was given the name "Tendenci" after an internal brain storming contest. Randy Sarinas thought of the brand name we chose.

- PRSA Houston was the first Tendenci site. They just didn't know it.

- I started photography in 2006 when we had enough AMEX points to get a free camera. 

- Photography was a HUGE driver for our growth when the team joined in.

- The last time the company was this small was in 2001. 

- 2001 was the year that our growth took off. We've been hit hard, and the last time we came back stronger. 

 

Read again some of our prior anniversary news:

 

 

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The Jain International Trade Organization - USA Chapter Joins the Global Tendenci AMS Community

The Jain International Trade Organization - USA Chapter (JITO USA) makes a power move by joining the global Open Source community with Tendenci AMS. 

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About JITO USA's Mission

The Jain International Trade Organization, founded in 2007, strives to unite influential and powerful businesspersons, industrialists, entrepreneurs and knowledge workers throughout the world for noble causes such as economic empowerment, social upliftment, education, service and more. JITO USA provides a robust networking platform that will enable its members to take advantage of the synergy of individuals’ core competencies and to leverage the power of connectivity. 

JITO Organization - USA Chapter continues to expand in the United States with the support of Tendenci - Open Source AMS software. The Jain International Trade Organization has recently launched a website for its U.S. members to join chapters in San Francisco and New York, as well as units - in the works to become chapters - in Chicago and Los Angeles.

There truly is no limit for JITO USA with Tendenci's scalable entity-pointer system, which increases efficiency and productivity of their chapter leadership teams by allowing all chapters to operate under the same umbrella!

JITO USA is all about staying true to their vision to promote collaboration and economic empowerment amongst its members and the community at large. With Tendenci software, the organization has launched a successful Member and Trade Directory, Job Board and Events Management system so their members can continue the organization's mission and further the JITO USA projects and initiatives. In addition, as running an association is quite complex and non-profits have public fiduciary responsibilities to their members, JITO USA tracks comprehensive insights about their site users, members, content, and activities happening on the website with Tendenci's Reports Module. Not to mention, Invoicing Reports that visually depict key revenue generating metrics.

JITO USA continues to pave the way and lead industries for its members' continued success.

We are proud to partner with The Jain International Trade Organization and truly look forward to their continued success as they grow and expand, empowering all around them.  

Visit JITO USA website 


About Tendenci - The Open Source AMS

First established as Schipul - The Web Marketing Company | Headquartered in Houston, TX and San Francisco, CA | Tendenci - The Open Source AMS is a Cloud-Based All-In-One Management software solution, designed specifically for the needs of nonprofits and associations. Tendenci's mission is to Connect and Organize the World's People. Do Good. Tendenci has been building websites and helping organizations increase their revenue streams around the world for over 20 years


Six Reasons to Switch Your Proprietary Software and LOVE the Open Source with Tendenci AMS

Tendenci is a gift to the world. And during this month of love, we want to share with you six reasons why you should switch your proprietary software and LOVE the open source with Tendenci AMS.

Open Source wins over closed proprietary softwares. Check out our list of closed source alternatives to Tendenci.

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You have a lot of options when choosing an MMS or AMS. But if you need to scale to support hundreds of thousands of members, have recurring individual and corporate level memberships, and need the full features of a seasoned large scale enterprise AMS, it’s possible you might hit some limits with the new kids on the block.

Proprietary vendors are companies first and communities second. Tendenci is a community first, and though there is a small company behind it, with the support of the Open Source community, Tendenci software has grown far bigger than we ever expected. And given it started in 2001, when you switch from a proprietary solution, it's an upgrade!

Open Source is the voice of the people - a shared language that brings everyone together.

Think Free In Terms of Freedom with Tendenci AMS

  1. Free Software, Free Society - In the selected essays of Richard M. Stallman Second Edition 'Four Freedoms' he wrote "A program is 'free software' if the program’s users have the four essential freedoms:
  • The freedom to run the program as you wish, for any purpose.
  • The freedom to study how the program works, and change it so it does your computing as you wish. Access to the source code is a precondition for this.
  • The freedom to redistribute copies so you can help your neighbor.
  • The freedom to distribute copies of your modified versions to others. By doing this you can give the whole community a chance to benefit from your changes. Access to the source code is a precondition for this.

 

  1. Tendenci Software Means Greater Functionality and Usability on a Global Scale - Tendenci is a very large project with robust functionality. But it’s still a great low-cost AMS solution for small Associations too! You can easily disable modules you don’t need and keep it simple. Functionality will be there as YOUR small association needs to expand in the future! Freedom is actually pretty cool. Pay less with Tendenci and get greater functionality. 

Note: Tendenci AMS, as measured by an independent third party ranking firm, is the only top 5 AMS on the market that is Open Source on a global scale. We are people who understand the power of associations. And the importance of freedom from centralized platforms and the tyranny of regimes limiting access for all. 

 

  1. Tendenci Is Community First - Open-source is in line with our core values at Tendenci. Our mission is to Connect and Organize the World’s People. Do good. We are change makers who understand the power of associations, which is why we built a software to help NPOs anywhere with any budget to further their cause both nationally and internationally.

 

  1. Freedom to Choose With Tendenci AMS - Looking to make real changes in the world? Host your site and your data on your own server if needed. We dig that! Tendenci, however, is not just for hosting websites. Tendenci is an investment that results in a financial gain to our clients. And while you can certainly host with us, you don't have to. It's okay to support local open source developers in your own country and community as well. Or even get started with our Tendenci AMI and grow!  

 

  1. Freedom to Customize Tendenci To YOUR Associations Needs - You have innumerable ways to customize Tendenci. Association Management Software is complex because associations are complex! So if you are looking to make some minor changes, do it! Looking to write an entire app specific to your organization that integrates with Tendenci? We love it!

Tendenci scales  to support large national and international organizations with multiple chapters, who may also benefit from a custom server configuration. 

Need even further customization for your organization’s unique needs? You can fork Tendenci AMS on GitHub at https://github.com/tendenci/tendenci/. Every Tendenci site lets you pull down and customize existing templates as well. You can try that out on our free Demo site.

 

  1. Tendenci Is Accessible To The World - Languages, languages, languages! Translation and localization of your AMS is possible because the community uses the amazing Django Project web framework and thanks to the people at Transifex who support open source. The world is anxious for growth and because your organization needs to communicate with different constituents in the language of their choice, Tendenci  allows each individual user to specify the language of their choice. 



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Lastly, our CEO Ed Schipul has attended enough board meetings to understand your organization is likely made up of volunteers and the rules for nonprofits are different. Tendenci - The Open Source AMS software is a relationship marketing application that fully meets the needs of large organizations. Have any doubts and concerns? Contact us today. We are here to serve you. Join us

We want to say THANK YOU to all of the developers out there who are contributing, translating, updating and maintaining a very complex piece of software. Tendenci AMS software is inclusive of other languages and cultures, and run by a team that believes in security and privacy. We love and very much dearly appreciate you all. Let's continue to do good today, and tomorrow even more, together. 

Remember, all of the code is on github, documentation is on readthedocs, and translation is crowd-sourced on Transifex. Self-host or host with us - your choice, your data, your association.

Give us a call, let's talk at (281) 497-6567 or visit us at www.tendenci.com 
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Much open love always,

Team Tendenci
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This Week Tendenci is Celebrating Twenty-three Marvelous Years of Serving the World's People

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This week our team at Tendenci is celebrating twenty-three marvelous years of serving the world's people. So, cheers to our clients and to the Open Source Tendenci Community! Our success is yours. Your success is ours. 

Twenty-three years ago, our Founder and CEO Ed Schipul started this wonderful company which was first known as Schipul The Web Marketing Company and today, with a broader global vision, is known as Tendenci - The Open Source AMS. 

We would like to take this moment and express that we understand we are living through uncertain times due to the coronavirus pandemic, which has brought us all a deep economical shock. And it is especially in times like this, everyone needs to unite. 

Nothing is more satisfying to us than to continue to help organizations reach the far corners of the world, even through our hardest times.

Yes, we are all being challenged, but crushing coronavirus uncertainty is a must. And restoring the confidence of nonprofits and associations is our mutual goal. Greatfully, Tendenci software - being open source is the advantage we hold. Proudly. 

Building on last year's message from Founder and CEO Ed Schipul, we would like to reinforce our message - thankfulness is more important than ever before. 

 

"We started out with a vision of connecting people and communities throughout the world, and while the technology involved has changed rapidly over time, our commitment never has. 

Tendenci was built on the shared needs of organizations and nonprofits, designed by you to help people engage in fruitful discussion and support each other in individually specific ways.

Taking Tendenci open source was always the goal, a return to the roots of the Internet itself. Sharing information leads the way to bigger ideas, dreams that can be realized more quickly and more completely when we work together.

With developers around the world collaborating on Tendenci, the entire open source community benefits from a diversity of thought, a culmination of ideas that allow us all to step forward together. 

We could not have taken this journey without you and thank you all for your support throughout the years. Tendenci will continue to grow and expand, knocking down barriers and delivering communication opportunities to people of all nations, regardless of circumstance. 

Our vision and mission is still the same. To connect and organize the world’s people. Do good.

As a community, we can make that happen." - Ed Schipul

 

Tendenci thanks the Community for believing and supporting our strong and powerful secured open source software. Let's continue to reach the far corners of the world together. And remember, Our mission is to Connect and Organize the World's People. Do Good

Happy Twenty-three Marvelous Years!

 

With love, 

Tendenci

 


About Tendenci - The Open Source AMS 

First established as Schipul - The Web Marketing Company | Headquartered in Houston, TX and San Francisco, CA | Tendenci - The Open Source Association Management Software is designed specifically for the needs of nonprofits and associations. Tendenci's mission is to Connect and Organize the World's People. Do Good. Tendenci has been building websites and helping organizations increase their revenue streams around the world for over 20 years. Tendenci was written in Python, PostgreSQL, Django and is fully open source. All of the code is on GitHub https://github.com/tendenci/tendenci

 

 


FLYAPS | Top 10 Programming Languages Used by Global Companies

World's Top 10 Programming Languages

It is great to see hundreds of programming languages available, and Python holding it down as the top Programming Language with its full-stack frameworks. Tendenci software is fully Open Source. Written by our team and the Tendenci community in Python, Postgres, using the Django Project Framework. 

Open wins over closed. 

From the source: https://flyaps.com/blog/top-10-coding-languages-used-by-global-companies/

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"Python is an open-source OOP language with diverse applications. It is used in web and mobile development with its full-stack frameworks like Django, Pyramid, TurboGears, or microframeworks like Bottle, Flask, Falcon, and others.

Python is also extremely popular among data scientists or AI specialists: the capabilities of the technology for data analysis and deep learning are hard to overestimate.

Python-based mobile apps’ APIs are compatible with all the major operating systems. Some of the Python libraries, e.g., Kivy, are a great tool for the creation of cross-platform mobile apps.

And also, Python has special libraries for creating graphical user interfaces (GUI). Python interface for Qt (PyQT) is a very often-used tool for this. It unites the powerful Qt Design studio and set of Python modules for app development."

 

 


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