Client: Manitoba Interfaith Immigration Council (Welcome Place)
Year Implemented: 2015
Location: Winnipeg, Manitoba.

Manitoba Interfaith Immigration Council Inc. (MIIC), also popularly known as the Welcome Place, is Manitoba’s largest refugee settlement agency. Through the agency’s Settlement and Resettlement Assistance Program (RAP) and its Educational and Community Services Division, MIIC staff work with multicultural, multi-linguistic and multi-faith communities in Manitoba to support Government Assisted Refugees (GARs), Privately Sponsored Refugees (PSRs) and other newcomers.
The agency ensures through its 100+ staff, programming and community connections with other like-minded specialized agencies that refugees are able to access and receive services necessary and appropriate for their individual and family needs.

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Seminar: Successful Data Management Practices for Non-profits
Date:9th Feb 2018
Location: The Winnipeg Chambers Of Commerce Manitoba.

Data management can be a huge task for non-profit agencies especially when they don’t have in-house IT resources and or database management experts.
Ad-hoc use of documents and spreadsheets often suffice immediate needs, but can cause long-term data sustainability and reporting challenges. This presentation demonstrates effective ways of tacking this problem.


CARMIS: Catalyst for Change
A Complete CRM for Non-Profits with Artificial Intelligence

CARMIS is an innovative artificial intelligence-based data management system. It is the complete solution to challenges faced by the non-profit agencies of all sizes involved with immigrants, government sponsored refugees, privately sponsored refugees, refugee- claimants and citizens. Developed and supported in Winnipeg, Manitoba, CARMIS enables agencies to manage their clients’ data with built-in business processes, ensuring compliance with IRCC (iCARE) and other funder reporting requirements. CARMIS is an advocate of IT doing more for non-profits and women in technology.

CARMIS Product Features (PDF)