EMBARC was in need of an employee management system to track payroll and assign funding sources. In addition, they wanted the system to be expandable for grant management and financial tracking. Brent Humphries, adjunct professor, and the Grandview MIS students joined forces with PMI volunteer, Alex Marckmann, to help create a data base to track employee payroll.
is a grassroots, community-based, non-profit organization founded by refugees for refugees.
Al Exito was in the need of a data base to track student run business sales, inventory, and fundraising. Joram Ngwenya, adjunct professor, and the ISU MIS students joined forces with PMI volunteer, Jean Akers, to help create a data base to track income and expenses.
is committed to motivate and prepare middle-school Latinas/Latinos for post-high school education and potential for economic security, civic engagement, and a stable family life.
For The One was in need of a website to share their message on the services they provide to the families in Uganda. They needed to be able to collect donations. Joram Ngwenya, adjunct professor, and the ISU MIS students joined forces with PMI volunteer, KtMarie Scarcello, to help create a Webpage to support education on their mission and access donation landing page.
For The One
is a Christian ministry who distributes products such as Afripads and Mercy For Mamas. They help families in Uganda to build small chicken houses on their property and teach them to become self-sustaining.