Futuristic technology platform for Nonprofits and Non-Government Organizations Launched Globally and unveiled in US.
Naperville IL: SAHAVE announced the official global launch of The Platform for Social Change at an invitation only reception at the Sheraton Naperville today. Five years in the making, the dream of its Founder and CEO Pradeep Kandimalla is officially a reality with the global launch of the first two of thirty-two modules as well as four applications supporting them. Pradeep Kandimalla stated, “there is great need in the world for social change, where neighbors help neighbors, as they did long ago, when there were no charities. People relied on their neighbors when things got difficult, and SAHAVE is designed to bring communities together through Nonprofits, and NGO’s, and cutting edge technology.”
The Global Launch Reception held at the Naperville Sheraton gave invited guests a glimpse into the platform and its ease of use, impressive flexibility and power to change lives through advanced tech not available anywhere else in the world. SAHAVE brings together individuals, education institutions, businesses and the Nonprofit. Each can impact their local communities through collaboration and mutual goals for a better community and the world.
With the release of the Volunteering and Blood Donations modules, SAHAVE offers automation to grow social change and help save lives by automating the logistics involved with identifying and fulfilling needs of both people to support projects and get much needed blood to those when they need it seamlessly.
Many charitable organizations in the U.S. struggle to survive and fail to fully execute their missions due to inadequate financial and human capital. Of the more than 1.5 million tax-exempt organizations registered in 2016 – 70% of which were public charities – 66% of those had less than $500,000 in annual donations. Many earned less than $50,000 a year and operated with systems and staffing unable to serve their populations or allow them to grow to their full potential. A new digital platform now being tested promises to improve both by connecting these small to mid-size charities with individuals, businesses and institutions that can support them.
SAHAVE’s Kandimalla was frustrated to see that only large foundations and organizations could afford the solutions necessary to operate effectively, and smaller nonprofits were left to struggle, unable to maintain strong donor and volunteer bases. With over 20 years’ experience in information technology, including Artificial Intelligence, Big Data, the Internet of Things, Mobile Technologies and Enterprise Resources, he was determined to level the playing field.
“I’ve committed my life to serving my communities and individuals who need help,” Kandimalla said. “With SAHAVE we’ve created a platform that will revolutionize the way nonprofits operate. It will help them become more efficient, grow capacity, and improve sustainability. And it will be a solution that all nonprofits can afford.”
Called SAHAVE (Sa-ha’-vay), the mobile-first application platform is being developed by an international team of technology, business and non-governmental organization experts in the U.S. and India who are creating a way for organizations to effectively engage their communities in real time to communicate their needs, coordinate volunteer efforts, raise funds and execute mission strategies. While there are software packages that address some of these areas, none are as inclusive as SAHAVE and most are cost-prohibitive for smaller organizations.
The platform, its technology patent-pending, addresses the United Nations’ 2030 Sustainable Development Goals Agenda 16.6 to “Develop effective, accountable and transparent institutions at all levels.”
SAHAVE is a suite of integrated application software modules that link nonprofits with individuals, businesses and educational institutions. Individuals can find organizations with which they would like to volunteer or donate; businesses can demonstrate corporate social responsibility by supporting community projects and campaigns; and educational institutions can provide opportunities for their students to develop soft critical skills such as interpersonal communication, teamwork, decision making and empathy.
SAHAVE will provide a single, real-time mobile platform for everyone in the community service system. Any of the four groups can initiate and promote causes or campaigns. They can also easily communicate and collaborate with each other and among themselves.
For example, nonprofits can connect with individuals, multiple businesses and other nonprofits. Using artificial intelligence and predictive analytics, the software will suggest potential campaigns and identify viable partners in the local area, including individual community members and service providers. Additionally, data from linked social media accounts will be used to recommend campaigns and partners and to educate users on current issues in the community.
Realizing the impact that even small shifts in operational efficiencies and donations can have on an organization, Kandimalla offered this big-picture observation. “If we can improve the operational efficiency of 20,000 nonprofits by 20% using SAHAVE, that could free as much as $800 million for mission execution. And if we can also increase donations by even 5%, we could generate another $1.25 billion in usable capital. This is the benefit that SAHAVE will provide in just its startup phase. Think of the kind of impact it will have when it has matured!”
Initially, SAHAVE will offer free applications to build brand awareness and relationships, and to demonstrate the value of the system. Each user group can also implement additional modules including sponsor management, donor management, social media integration, volunteer management, grant management and predictive modeling, among others, for an affordable fee. The software will first be available this year in the U.S. and India with plans for global expansion in late 2019.
Photographs and Press release by: Asian Media USA
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