If you live in the northeastern United States you know I've been very passionate about growing the NYC meetup... unless you never check your email, have already marked any mail from me as spam and/or don't check social media. I have a feeling this is going to be a great year for not only the NYC crew, but the community as a whole and I hope to do everything I can to bring that to fruition.
At Web Access we’re constantly exploring new technologies and challenging our engineers to come up with new, and useful software solutions. This exercise allows us to hone our skills, motivate our teams, and keeps us thinking outside of the box. At times, such as this, it gives us a little something to boast about.
You know what they say… there are only two certainties in life - death and taxes. Well, we’ve been working to teach Civi to help make the latter a bit easier. We’re very pleased to announce that Web Access and core team have collaborated to ensure that CiviCRM 4.6 will fully support Sales Tax ( VAT). As of the conclusion of the Edale London sprint we’ve merged this functionality into the master branch.
Calling all current (and future) CiviCRM users and developers in the NY State Capital region! I’m happy to announce the formation of the CiviCRM Albany Meetup.
Today will be my last day out west before heading back to rainy New York City, a near two week trip in which I've been immersed in CiviCRM. Needless to say, I've learned a lot and am excited for the new features to be had in the upcoming 4.5 release.
Yesterday the New York City CiviCRM group was out in full-force to celebrate CiviDay, an international celebration of the worlds best constituent relationship management solution for Non-Profit, Advocacy and Political organizations. My company, Web Access, along with Rayogram co-hosted the event which was attended by 22 people which included implementers, end users and organization’s who were evaluating CiviCRM.
CiviDay 2014 is only a week away and the NYC CiviCRM community is going all out! Web Access and Rayogram will be hosting a co-working day and meetup where organizations, implementors, developers and prospective users will come together to explore the many uses of CiviCRM, solve problems and share their experiences. We will be having special breakout sessions during the meetup to venture more into possibilities and learn more on CiviCRM.