TechMission is a nonprofit organization that has been providing technology consulting and programs nonprofit and ministries since 2000. These services fall into five broad areas:
- general consulting including strategic planning and program development
- website development
- college website/administrative systems development
- technology program incubation/acquisition
- Salesforce development and systems integration.
Our Github page shows some of the open source contributions we have made over the years, although much of the development work that we have done is for specific clients and thus is not represented.
Previously to founding TechMission, Andrew provided consulting on new product design and technology architecture to Sprint, St. Paul Venture Capital and several internet startups. He co-founded MIT's Internet Telecoms Consortium with one of the fathers of the Internet. He has consulted with many nonprofit organizations and ministries and serves as the lead architect and project manager for TechMission's consulting projects. He is completing his doctoral degree in 2014 in disruptive innovation in Christian higher education. See the Christianity Today feature article on TechMission and Andrew Sears here.
Evan has been heavily active in the open source community for the Drupal CMS, and eventually became a maintainer for over 10 modules, some of which he developed himself. Among the modules he maintains are two for integration between Drupal and Salesforce: the Ubercart/Salesforce Integration module and the main Salesforce Suite. He has been involved in most of TechMission’s Web development projects since 2007. He has also done most of the configuration and development of TechMission’s Salesforce systems for its internships program, City Vision College, the NET Institute, the Shores Institute, and Bakke Graduate University. In addition to his work for TechMission, Evan has worked as a Drupal developer under contract to PINGV and Above the Fold Design.