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Phase2 Nominated As An Acquia Partner Site Of The Year Finalist!

We are thrilled to be nominated a finalist in Acquia’s annual “Partner Site of the Year” competition. We’re so proud of the work that we’ve done with Pac12 Networks and The Department of Energy this year.  Be sure to check out the showcase site with all the amazing finalist sites.  We look forward to joining our […]

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Phase2 Featured on ProgrammableWeb

Today Phase2‘s work with ReliefWeb and Development Seed was featured on the popular API blog ProgrammableWeb, which mentions ReliefWeb’s new humanitarian API in a column by Janet Wagner. The spot describes how the API will open up two decades of disaster data collected from over 4,000 information sources by ReliefWeb, a part of the United Nations Office […]

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Open Atrium For Member Organizations: Engage, Connect, Drive Action.

Your members and alumni are living and working in a highly collaborative and digitally connected world. Staying in touch with members and teams across the globe can help your organization stay connected, promote initiatives or campaigns, increase membership, and raise funds. Using the open source Open Atrium tool set, you can create a robust alumni […]

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Phase2 and ReliefWeb Announce New Disaster Relief API

API will open access to 2 decades of disaster data for humanitarian developers ALEXANDRIA, VA–(April 9, 2014) – Phase2, Development Seed, and ReliefWeb, a specialized digital service of the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Human Affairs (OCHA), today announced the release of a new open source API which will grant developers access to 17 years […]

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CEO Jeff Walpole Interviewed About the Business of Open Source

Opensource.com, the popular online publication focused on how open source is applied to different areas including business, education, government, and more, today featured an interview with Jeff Walpole, Phase2′s CEO, in which he answered questions regarding the business of guiding other businesses to open source. Jen Wike of Opensource.com prompted Walpole to open up how […]