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  • Globant works with Nobleza Obliga in expanding its crowdfunding platform in Latin America

  • 18 Mar 2014

    Press Release

Glober volunteers developed technology solutions that enabled NoblezaObliga to expand in the region and raise more funds for charitable causes.

Buenos Aires, February 18th – A group of volunteers from Globant, the company leader in creating innovative products for global audiences, worked with in improving and expanding its regional crowdfunding platform with the aim of improving the organization’s ability to securely raise money on a large scale.

Nobleza Obliga is the only joint financing platform designed exclusively for charitable purposes. Through the website, individuals, businesses and nonprofit organizations can raise online donations to kickstart their projects and disseminate their social campaigns.

"Knowing from day one that I would be able to contribute to an organization that works with so many people in Latin America, shining a light on causes that need this type of platform, pushed me to further refinement everyday," said Juan Roldán Cargnelli, Globant Web Developer.

As part of its sustainability policy, Globant selects social projects which seek to improve society, and helps develop technological solutions that can contribute to the projects' causes. These initiatives are part of the "Globant Labs" innovation lab where Globers experiment with new technologies and trends. This laboratory provides Globers the opportunity to participate in any of its projects, including sustainability initiatives. This allows Globers to find new ways to give their time, knowledge and expertise back to the community and put technology at the service of society.

Nobleza Obliga also provides free advice, tools and guidance to help community leaders achieve necessary partnerships, and helps companies enhance their social responsibility actions with positive impacts on the community. The platform helps premier NGOs such as Caritas, YMCA, Don Bosco, as well as many smaller and self-help groups mobilized by the desire to help.

About Globant

We are a new-breed technology services provider focused on delivering innovative software solutions by leveraging emerging technologies and trends. We combine the engineering and technical rigor of IT services providers with the creative approach and culture of digital agencies. Globant is the place where engineering, design and innovation meet scale.

In only 11 years, we created a Company that:

- Has more than 3,100 professionals working for companies like Google, Linkedin, JWT, EA y Coca Cola, among several others

- Was recognized as one of the top 10 innovative companies in South America by FastCompany

- Was named among the top 10 product engineering vendor (2011) by Global Services

- Was recognized among the top 10 vendors in mobile applications development (2012) by IDC Survey

- Was included in the 2010 Cool Vendor in Business Process Services Report by Gartner

- Was featured as case study of Harvard, MIT, Stanford and others

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About Nobleza Obliga

Nobleza Obliga is a joint financing platform where any individual, NGO or company can create a Solidarity Cause fundraiser simply and quickly, and anyone can donate to the cause of their choice. "Our cause is to make your cause a reality"

In just a year, NoblezaObliga has already formed a supportive community of more than 50,000 monthly visitors, 440 virtual volunteers, over 500 projects form different countries in Latin America, and has trained more than 200 NGOs in creating a multiplier effect to construct knowledge in the use of technology by these organizations.

Some of the causes funded through NoblezaObliga are the installation of water pumps in indigenous communities in the country, the restoration of the house of the poet Ernesto Sábato to turn it into a museum and help to preserve its historical and cultural heritage, fundraising for disasters as the Flood of La Plata and Rosario Explosion, individual medical treatments and dining and educational infrastructure.