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The problem with both of these companies is that they enable a single portal in the non-profit that all the users are required to come into and access.

Our technology is going the opposite direction. The web becomes relevant when locals have control. We take the "MySpace" approach and enable a non-profit or affinity group to have their own syndicated, "top down" communication portal network, kind of like MySpace for business.

Every user worldwide in the organization gets their own personal website upon which they upload content and communicate with the community of users.

The management of the non-profit has the master portal, and can not only use that as a website, but can control real estate on all the portals in the network.

For example, Amnesty International wants to make all their members worldwide aware of an atrocity and a boycott they want to get awareness of. They upload it once on the top portal, and all the user portals in the network get that same content/video delivered instantly to their personal portal.

Everyone is on the same page instantly. Our suite can enable everything from donation and online giving, to building custom applications for a non-profit.

Rather than try to guess what a np needs, we have the flexibility to build what they want and deliver it to the ultimate stakeholder, the actual member, on their own personal portal.

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