If you think Jackson River only comes to NTC every year to party, your right - sorta. We also do present as well and this year we have two Jackson River presentations. Both TJ Griffin and myself (Tom Williamson) will present. Be sure to stop by if your intersted in learning more about data migrations or A/B testing.
Presenters: Tom Williamson (Jackson River), Hugh Dwyer (IRC) and Jacob Colie (Stage Coach Digital)Read More ››
NTEN, and specifically The Non Profit Technology Conference (http://www.nten.org/ntc) holds a special place in Jackson River lore. Its true, we have been attending since before we started Jackson River, but when we started Jackson River we became infamous. You see, TJ Griffin, Alice Hendricks and myself announed the start of our fledging company 5 years ago at NTC in N'awlins.Read More ››
Since 2008 the Jackson River team has been attending Dreamforce. Great clients, friends, partners, amazing bands, and of course a tremendous opportunity for learning and growing within this large platform ecosystem - its a great week that we look forward to every year. This year Jackson River will be sending key members of our management and Salesforce consulting practice, but instead of just attending we will also be sponsoring in the nonprofit foundation zone.Read More ››
Gearing up for the November elections, EMILY's List recently launched a new website built on Jackson River's Springboard platform. We were very excited to work with EMILY’s List, a group dedicated to electing pro-choice Democratic women to office. They do so through a variety of outreach programs as well as directly training, supporting and endorsing rising Democratic women candidates in state and federal races.Read More ››
One of the cooler projects we work on is the Democratic Intranet on Capitol Hill - aka - DemCom. We work on the project with the Office of the Democratic Whip and have been developing the intranet for about 3 years now. DemCom is powered by Drupal 6 and has lots of bells and whisteles - such as LDAP integration, complex organic groups, and consumes data from a variety of external sources.Read More ››
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