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Not for Profit

We help Not for Profit organizations support their purpose with maximum effeciency and maximum effect.  Our hosted CMS and portal solutions take the pain out of technology and allow them to focus their efforts on their specific cause.

Not for Profit organizations face the following challenges today:

    • Maximizing their communication and interaction with funding bodie
    • Keeping their audience fully informed about their mission
    • Communicating to a diverse audience - people both able bodied and with accesibility challenges from all cultures
    • Ensuring confidentiality of their information and full compliance with regulations

Fuego CMS powers the public website and private portal of the Canadian Paralympic Committee. and to assist it in its mission to develop and grow the Paralympic Movement in Canada.  This national site is all about sport and the amazing achievements of all of Canada's paralypmic athletes.  For information on this project please go here.


Fuego CMS provides the following solution:

    • Distributed content management through an easy to use, browser-based content management interface
    • Fine-grained permissions ensure tightly controlled access to relevant information - for both viewing and editing
    • Automated rendering and template-based site design assist with ensuring that your sites are Section 508 or W3C WAI-compliant
    • An adaptive web environment that provides relevant and targetted information in one place without the need for the users to visit multiple sites or remember complex URLs
    • Template-based content publishing to ensure that consistent branding is applied
    • Database-driven content allows for the preparation of new content and revisions to take place ahead of time
    • Highly automated tools allow your organization to do more with less and to focus on their cause rather than fighting the technology


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