One of the primary reasons Minnesota Council on Foundations (MCF) came to iE was to organize the content and information on its existing site by making it easier to find and simpler to read. By serving up content, such as blog posts and articles, based on user-defined attributes, we enabled users to access the content in a more personalized and meaningful way. Powering that reorganization is a full CMS and a host of forum tools that enable MCF to manage its own conten
Many of the preemptive processes MCF once labored over are now streamlined and automated. A sophisticated Events Calendar allows the user to filter the events by membership and group type. This registration component is the full deal - it sets registration limits, allows users to define meal preferences, and more. The calendar also has an integrated e-commerce component which enables automatic credit card transactions when a fee is associated with a particular event.
A variety of login types and controlled access to information funnels different user groups into access of personalized forums. This functionality had to be integrated with a third-party nonprofit-based CMS system (IMPak), which controls data for select portions of the website, such as organization membership information and back-end events management.
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