Posted by: africanpressorganization | 29 November 2011

BoardEffect Extends Reach to Africa


BoardEffect Extends Reach to Africa




    PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 29, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — Already an international company serving the needs of organizations in Australia, Bermuda, and Canada, BoardEffect, Inc recently extended its reach to Africa with new South Africa-based client, The Eastern Cape Parks and Tourism Agency.

The Eastern Cape Parks and Tourism Agency, an agency committed to promoting the Eastern Cape province of South Africa as a tourist destination, selected BoardEffect to facilitate the distribution of board materials. “With a large volunteer board dispersed throughout the world, it was imperative that we implement a solution that would make the delivery of materials as efficient as possible. BoardEffect’s electronic meeting book feature was the perfect fit for us,” said Arline Coetzee, Innovation Manager at ECPTA.

With BoardEffect, board members do not have to log in to their portal every day to check if new content has been posted. The portal offers various ways administrators can communicate with users to signal that new materials are ready to be viewed. “We are very mindful of our board members’ time and consequently, were excited that BoardEffect would enable them to readily access important information on any device connected to the internet when prompted to do so,” Coetzee added.

As BoardEffect is expanding across the world, the development team is relentlessly working to adjust and enhance the portal’s capabilities in order to cater to diverse cultures, including offering the portal in multiple languages. “Improved governance is a global issue and we are ready to assist organizations around the world to achieve it with BoardEffect,” CEO of BoardEffect, Thomas Rottler said.


South Africa based agency committed to promoting the Eastern Cape province of South Africa as a tourist destination. To learn more, visit

About BoardEffect

BoardEffect®, is a secure, comprehensive web-based tool that helps nonprofits communicate efficiently with their boards, streamline administration, increase accountability, and decrease risk. E-governance is good governance. To learn more, visit

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