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Through three technology-based projects, MIS students help non-profit agency in efforts to preserve affordable home ownership
A team of University students studying business with a minor in management and information systems, are focusing on three technology-based projects with “Rebuilding Together Philadelphia,” part of a national network focused on preserving affordable home ownership. To boost the efficiency of the warehouse, MIS students are creating a database that will track the inventory of power tools. The team has identified specialized software and is using it to create a system for RTP to archive and manage photographs of projects and volunteers. Too, they have researched a list acquisition services. This will help RTP reach out to new people who have an affinity with the mission. Their efforts were recently cited in the linked Spring 2009 RIP newsletter on page 4.