The Shalom Center Site had lots of content but it needed an updated content management system to better manage it and make staff workflow easier. In addition, Content2zero recently added CiviCRM, an open source constituent relationship management program to allow The Shalom Center to better manage its 15,000 constituents.
Small non-profit with a lot of events needed a web site that could be easily edited and updated by one senior citizen.
Content2Zero, with the help of Zivtech, developed a web application for managing multiple groups volunteer assignments for synagogue services. Three versions of the complex data model for managing Torah reading assignments is built into the back end.
Proprietors of conference-call based coach training business realized how much they could get out of a web 2.0 web site that facilitated sharing among their students and allowed their students to create profiles viewable by potential clients. The site design and brochure content was ported from CMSSimple to Drupal 6. The desired web 2.0 features were so much less expensive to implement in Drupal that it more than made up for the cost of porting.