Baltimore, MD, May 11, 2018 --(PR.com
)-- Jeani Burns, Founder and CEO of VoMaSmart, (online Disaster, Sport Events and Festival Volunteer Management), along with a dedicated intern team (provided by Howard County Economic Development Authority's Maryland Center for Entrepreneurship), launch campaign for funding to upgrade their program with a mobile app.
In 2015, they developed an online volunteer registration/management program for the 2015 Cycling World Championships where over 7,000 volunteers from around the world registered and over 3,200 signed up for over 6,000 shifts and roles for 14 days. This launch was very successful but they learned that volunteer events are very fluid. In meetings with disaster volunteer managers they learned that developing features to assist in fluid requirements would make a huge difference.
They are asking for funding to develop:
· A geo locator mobile app to identify that key volunteer leaders are in position
· A drag and drop feature where the volunteer manager can drag and drop a group of volunteers from one shift and role position to another with an automatic text including a map instructing a group of volunteers to move immediately. This feature will include a response mechanism so the manager knows they are moving.
“If we raise funds over our published goal, we will be able to also develop a registration program for athletes/festival goers and concert attendees where we capture a transaction fee of $2/ea allowing those revenues to support our software and customer support team so we can offer the volunteer program for free to disasters and charities,” says Burns.
Their testimonials speak for themselves. http://vomasmart.com/testi/
They only need 1,000 backers to meet their goal. You can check out their campaign page at https://igg.me/vomasmart.or visit their website at www.vomasmart.com.
They are offering some pretty cool perks.
“Our campaign runs until June 26. We’ll keep all our backers in the loop as we develop and launch the product,” Burns promises.