Date: November 2018
Client: Abhay Tewari
Services: Full-Stack Software Engineering
Tags: PHP, CodeIgniter, Laravel, MySql, Mandrill, MVC
Stack: Bootstrap, CodeIgniter, Laravel, MySQL, Mandrill
- Development of an Email Marketing platform with statistics and automation in mind
- Fetching data from a Sumbon’s Node JS application
- Custom HTML Email Editor
- Drip Email Campaigns
- Dashboard and campaign statistics
- Custom JWT authentication
Sumbon (Sum + bon) means “Addition” (i.e., the sum) “of all good” (i.e., bon = French for good). It’s a global online platform that connects donors and nonprofits in a meaningful and sustainable way. Sumbon was designed by Abhay Tewari – a former Apple Engineer – who quit his prestigious job and started his company because he believed that there should be an easier way for donors to find reputable nonprofits to help.
Sumbon wanted to provide its signed-up nonprofit organizations an additional platform that could be used to generate traffic to each fundraiser, as well as drive attention to the impact made. We recognized right away that this would only be possible with a special Newsletter system, where each Nonprofit could schedule newsletters, add fundraiser info, and fetch impact information directly from Sumbon.
This allowed Nonprofits to not only send out Newsletters whenever they wanted but also to utilize analytic strategies and see how to improve future campaigns.
This tool is now used by many Nonprofits to drive attention to their fundraisers and events. It also helps them acquire more funds and – just as importantly – share how those funds are making a difference in the world. That was one of Sumbon’s main goals, and we were careful to keep it in mind.
Newsletter Dashboard: Thanks to the Dashboard we developed, Nonprofits can monitor any newsletters campaigns and see their impact.
Full Integration with Sumbon’s Platform: Nonprofits can showcase their fundraisers and impacts shared through Sumbon in an easy-to-use, attractive interface.