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Almabase

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Almabase, Inc.
Private
IndustrySoftware
Education Technology
Founders
  • Sri Maneru, Kalyan Varma
HeadquartersSan Francisco, California, U.S.
Area served
Worldwide
Services
  • Alumni engagement platform, Online event registrations, Email marketing, Mentorship platform
Websitealmabase.com

Almabase is an all-in-one integrated alumni relations platform for educational institutions around the world. It allows institutions to run their entire alumni relations work including creating a branded networking platform for alumni, manage event registrations, email marketing and digital alumni directory.

The company is headquartered in San Francisco, CA.

Company[edit | edit source]

Almabase was founded in by Sri Maneru and Kalyan Varma, who are originally from India. Initially focused on Indian institutions, Almabase quickly expanded into the global market.

In 2016, it was selected for Batch 19.[1] of the prestigious 500 Startups program in Mountain View, CA and later adjudged one of the top 8[2]

The company serves more than 200 institutions around the world including K-12 schools, college and universities like Nicholls State University, University of Louisiana Monroe, Providence Day School, Wyoming High School, College of Idaho, and Thomas Aquinas College.

Product[edit | edit source]

The product is designed to serve small shop alumni relations teams at educational institutions. Almabase enables partner institutions to create branded engagement platforms, manage event registrations, send emails to alumni, enable alumni-student mentorships, fetch latest alumni data from Facebook & LinkedIn, manage memberships and online payments.

Almabase is a technology partner of Blackbaud[3] and has seamless integrations with Raiser’s Edge.

References[edit | edit source]

  1. Matthew Lynley (18 November 2016). "Here's the 19th batch of 500 Startups companies". techcrunch.com.
  2. John Mannes (15 Feb 2017). "Our favorite startups from 500 Startups' 19th class". techcrunch.com.
  3. "Almabase Inc, Blackbaud Partner Directory". blackbaudhq.com.

Category:500 Startups companies Category:Software companies based in the San Francisco Bay Area

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