Dallas TX, April 23, 2020 - InspireHUB, the creator of the award-winning IHUBApp digital experience platform (DXP), is proud to announce that it is powering the WagTree IRON WILL Network℠, a national network of people, companies, and organizations pledging to support those who serve and protect. Specifically, the online network will seek to provide a safe and secure place where members of the military, first responders and frontline healthcare workers (and their families) can come to receive support around those who are struggling with suicidal thoughts.
Dallas TX, April 1, 2020 - WK Digital, a full-service creative digital agency that connects people and purpose has partnered with The University of Queensland in Australia to provide a secure digital experience connecting the residents and alumni of their Union College.
“This is a game-changer at a time when schools are challenged to continue providing education and support outside of the classroom during the pandemic, and something that will continue to propel them long after the current health crisis is over,” Amanda Rodgers, Managing Director of WK Digital.
DALLAS, TX., March 25, 2020 - As the Covid-19 pandemic leads to more businesses and community resources shuttering their doors in an effort to slow the spread of the virus, communities and organizations are seeking new digital ways to engage with residents in need. The NeedServ Progressive Web App is a project that has been years in the making and was approved for launch just as the world encounters a major global pandemic.
The team at NeedServ (a ministry of The Jesus Alliance) selected the IHUBApp Digital Experience Platform as the tool of choice to build their solution after trying others. Another major factor was the history of the platform having been built for work in South Africa (at the request of Nelson Mandela) and its proven success in remote and extreme environments (such as the Kakuma Refugee Camp). Over the last year, successful pilots have been deployed in areas hit by natural disasters and the teams were just preparing to launch the new app when the pandemic arrived.