A Look into the Daxko Collaborative Process

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Daxko recently launched our new Roll Call attendance capture application in the Apple Store. In case you’re not familiar with it, Roll Call for Daxko Operations allows association staff or parents at child care locations to check children into and out of child care and camp programs electronically using an iPad or an iPad Mini.

For each check in and check out, Roll Call automatically records the attendance times in Daxko Operations and collects an electronic signature to serve as a legal record of the transaction. Roll Call is a free download available on the Apple Store.

Creating an application is no small feat and we are pretty proud of the teamwork and dedication it took to get the application together and approved.

To illustrate the immense cooperation our teams use to come up with innovative products and services here at Daxko, I thought it would be fun to share the actual collaborative process (demonstrated through HipChat screenshots) to come up with the Roll Call logo. Keep in mind, all this interaction and design work happened within a one and a half hour time period.

 

 

 

 

 

Nonprofits in the News

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Here at Daxko we want to recognize great work and notable happenings in the markets we serve. That is why we have started our newest continuing blog series focused on the weekly news in the member-based nonprofit arena. Enjoy!

The new Haverford Area YMCA is now open to replace the smaller Main Line Y in Ardmore. This new YMCA features three pools, eighty pieces of workout equipment, and two 2-story water slides.

The Lynch-van Otterloo YMCA recently announced that they will offer the national Livestrong program thanks to a grant from the Lance Armstrong Foundation. This program is designed to help those dealing with cancer and cancer survivors live healthy, active lives.

London’s first American-model Jewish Community Center is now open in Camden. The facility, named JW3, is a “play on the local postcode, NW3,” and will feature a nursery, medical clinic, theater, sports facility, kosher restaurant and bar, “Zest”, library, and synagogue.

Daxko Named One of the Best Places to Work in the Country

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Daxko has been named by Great Place to Work® as one of the top 25 best small/medium workplaces in the United States on their annual list. This list is no small accomplishment; the list is published in Fortune magazine and the news broke on Fortune’s online outlet, CNN Money. Not to mention that this is our third time on the list.

Those of our customers who have been to our offices probably already know that Daxko places a huge emphasis on corporate culture. It’s one of the tenets of our company and has even earned a place in the mission statement:

“To provide technology and services that contribute significantly to the success of our customers and to provide Daxko team members with rewarding careers.”

Daxko’s emphasis on culture is something our company leaders often get asked to share with schools and other companies. To learn more about our unique culture, how that impacts our products and our customers, and how you can have a Daxko representative come to speak at your organization, visit our Speakers Bureau.

As the driving force behind our company culture, Daxko CEO Dave Gray explains it best, “We believe that our dedication to our team members through our culture fosters an even stronger commitment to our customers. And, we “believe that better people and better customer interactions always lead to better solutions.”

View the complete list here.

Nonprofits in the News

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Here at Daxko we want to recognize great work and notable happenings in the markets we serve. That is why we have started our newest continuing blog series focused on the weekly news in the member-based nonprofit arena.  Enjoy!

First National Bank of the Gulf Coast announces that it will donate $10,000 to support relief efforts in the wake of the devastating fire that took place Monday at the Greater Naples YMCA.  Read the story here.

Summit Area YMCA in Summit, New Jersey launches Mobile App to provide convenient access to class schedules, program and event updates and more at all three area branches.

The YMCA Anthony Bowen will reopen Monday, September 9th to culminate a lengthy renovation. This renovation is especially important because YMCA Anthony Bowen has such a rich history. It is the first African American YMCA, established in 1853 by its namesake Anthony Bowen, a former slave.