Social innovations can be in the form of web applications, mobile software, facebook apps or simply websites that encourage a specific social cause or non profit organization.

Technology here is used to create a mass market tool that would appeal users from all walks of life to pursue a path to achieve a positive social objective. During the creation of the web system the core objective is always kept ahead of all other considerations, be it saving the planet by controlling consumption or generating donations for a social cause the idea is to communicate the message effectively.

Driving a social innovation is not revenue but social change, often the website does have a revenue stream but its optimized towards building up stronger infrastructure towards the cause.

Technology preference is even more important for social causes, software is often available at a discount or free for NGOs and educational organizations, using the best available resources is a key element that drives success of the venture. Taking the best that technology has to offer and building a system thats easy to manage without a large investment is the primary goal.

Organizations dedicated to social causes often do not have the requisite technical staff available for requirements gathering and the general scope building process. This is where the vendors past experience comes in and ensures the system is built to support all the needs of the organization enabling them to focus on social change instead of technology decisions.

Pulse Value:-

NGO website design, IT systems and apps for Non profits  is one of our services. Using IT for systems that affect positive change in the environment we all live in is one of the most rewarding aspects of our jobs at Pulse. We look forward to working for social objectives and Non Governmental organizations that help the world we all share.

Our expertise in building innovative web applications that are integrated with mobile devices is key for many social causes, we help social entrepreneurs understand technology applications, find marketing opportunities and develop solutions that create a positive impact for the cause.

Over the years we have worked with many small and large charities as well as large multinational organizations like the World Bank and United Nations. We understand the need of a non profit intimately due to our long relationships with many successful social causes.

Our partnerships with Industry leaders like Microsoft, Google and Apple enables us to deliver a well rounded solution that fits perfectly in the non profit world, we help you setup infrastructure as well as setup necessary web software to ensure your organization excels at web promotion and project management.

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