|Description||Web and app developer|
Company 52 develops web-based and mobile applications, systems and websites.
The company operates with two main divisions: 1) consulting for outside clients, and 2) developing and incubating company-owned products and services
The company is small, with 8 full-time employees currently, and completely distributed - with members all over the country.
It is unique in its diverse connections with very talented independent developers, both young and experienced, all over the heartland of the US; not limited to the coasts. Company 52 is able to tap into this network of relationships as needed, to scale up on a short-term basis or hire new full-time talent.
Company-owned products include RainMaker, PianoScheduler, TinyGrab, Daypay, and Pluggio.
|Launch Date||April 14, 2012|
Daypay magically accelerates the payments and collections process.
Automatically syncs with time management applications to process logged time and email an invoice to clients at the end of each day, and provides them an easy one-click electronic payment option.
|Launch Date||November 17, 2010|
|Tags||nonprofit, charity, fundraising, donate, nonprofits, causes, fundraiser, donations, twitter, social, social-media, tweet, paypal, community, mobile, social-network|
RainMaker is a social fundraising engine, powered by Twitter, that makes donating to organizations you care about as easy as a tweet.
RainMaker lets users donate to their favorite non-profit organization, and give a shout-out to that organization at the same time. By sending a tweet with a few key pieces of information, the donation will be processed and their Twitter feed will tell all of their friends.
For people who really want to get involved and multiply their contribution towards a particular cause, they can quickly set their own fundraising goal, and their progress will be automatically tracked and displayed on their RainMakerApp.com profile page.