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WildApricot.com Redesigned

Lori Halley 06 March 2007 0 comments

Wildapricot.com has a completely fresh new look. Newly designed and boasting with new features and updates, we are very excited to announce the launch of our redesigned website. (This is our first substantial redesign since it was launched in July 2006 - compared to 14 releases to the Wild Apricot system itself in the same time frame).

With the launch of our new website, our goal is to improve the site for people evaluating Wild Apricot - by making it easy-to-navigate,  tailoring it based on the feedback we have received, and providing more information on the most important features.

Key changes include:

  • A new resource centre with tips, guides and articles on technology for non-profits. For those committed to learning from the latest best practices in non-profit technology and to getting tips and strategies on how to get the most out of technology, these resources are invaluable. We will be constantly be updating and extending this page.  
  • The tour pages has been totally redesigned to make it easier to quickly click through key system features.
  • New testimonials page highlights some of the comments we have received from our customers. Thanks to everyone who allowed us to share their quotes! We always love to know what you think, so please keep your comments and suggestions coming in. If something is missing or not working right, please let us know right away at support@wildapricot.com - we will take care of it as soon as possible. And if you enjoy the system and it made a difference for your organization - we would love to hear from you and would really like to share your story. Please contact Maria at ms@wildapricot.com.
  • We have unveiled our recent initiative - Custom Wild Apricot Solutions. Now in addition to using our mainstream subscription version, our customers have an option to have a private, fully customized version of Wild Apricot system. This will be especially relevant for larger associations and non-profits and for consultants to non-profits.

We're excited about the changes to the Wild Apricot site and we hope you are too. Your feedback is welcome as we will be-fine tuning the site. Your input would be invaluable in helping us.

Lori Halley [Engaging Apricot] Lori Halley [Engaging Apricot]

Posted by Lori Halley [Engaging Apricot]

Published Tuesday, 06 March 2007 at 12:37 PM
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