Software Development Services For Nonprofits
Whether you are looking to Grow, Inspire or Scale your nonprofit organization Kanda is here to help.
We are humbled to be a part of a mission and journeys of many nonprofit organizations helping to
impove the well-being of children through our work with AECF; bringing together computing
researchers, educators and professionals to provide opportunities for life-long learning and career
development through our long-term partnership with Association of Computing Machinery; and
enabling public engagement in conversations about policies and projects critical to their lives.
We will back you up on a technical side and help develop, customize and impove fundraising
solutions, donation tracking, CRM, document workflows, and data insights platforms.
Software Development Services for Nonprofit Organizations:
- Architecture Assessment and Roadmapping
- Front-end Development
- UX/UI Design
- Proof-of-concept Development Services
- Custom Software Development
- Mobile Application Development
- Application Quality Assurance Service
- Legacy Application Modernization
- Cloud Migration, Optimization and Maintenance
- 24x7 Support and Maintenance
See what our Clients have to say:
Annie E. Casey Foundation provides consultation to multiple state and county child welfare agencies. Kanda software
development team has worked on a Team Decision-Making (TDM) application. The application aimed to provide to AECF
a data system that tracks essential elements of the TDM practice in each agency. The agencies use the TDM application to
enter and report information for the meetings conducted by that agency. Each agency has secure access to its own
detailed data, and is able to report on a quarterly basis.
Envirolytical public involvement management
EnviroIssues helps make the communities where people work and live
in better places by engaging the public in conversations about the
policies and projects that would change their lives. The company’s
solutions are aimed at aligning critical business decisions and projects
with the involved communities.
A century of multimedia archival materials easily
indexed, browsed, searched and reviewed
AJC has an active archive department that collects printed, audio and
video materials pertinent to Jewish History and History of
Antisemitism. Kanda has designed and developed a system to store
those materials on the Web and allow viewers to easily find and
peruse pertinent information.