Tendenci is an open source, web-based, thus platform-independent and freely distributed Content Management System (CMS) software specifically crafted for non-profit organizations (NPOs). The application is loved by millions of users worldwide.
It has been declared by its developers as the first open-source content management solution that will offer a real choice for websites, as well as constituent management to non-profit associations.
Features at a glance
Key features include the ability to create and customize an unlimited amount of memberships, support for membership registration, support for resuming uploads, support for creating rich online photo and video galleries, support for news articles, as well as Web Analytics integration.
In addition, the software comes with support for managing and organizing online donations, support for tagging all content with keywords, automatic image resizing, support for editing multiple photo galleries at once, and support for exporting financial information to CSV files.
Another interesting feature is the ability to allow your customers to post job openings on a no-cost or cost basis. An optional staff application is also implemented into the Tendenci software.
Powered by modern technologies
The software has been engineered using modern technologies, such as the Python programming language, the Django web framework, the PostgreSQL database and the Ubuntu Linux operating system.
It includes all the necessary tools for associations, such as membership management, event registration and management, photos and videos, job boards, business directories, marketing and SEO, reports, online donation forms or content management.
Can be easily deployed on any system with Bitnami’s installers
If you're looking for an easy way to deploy Tendenci on your Linux server, look no further as TurnKey provides a virtual appliance, cloud images and a Live CD ISO image based on Debian GNU/Linux. A commercial version of Tendenci is also available for purchase on the project’s website (see link below).