Nagaland’s First 1st SaaS Company Launches Website | MorungExpress

Kohima, Mar 31 (MExN): Tabernacle, a Nagaland-based tech startup specializing in developing tech products for churches, announced the launch of its website www.tabernacle.app on March 31.

According to the company’s press release, Tabernacle is Nagaland’s first SaaS (software as a service) technology company that provides integrated cloud-based software and mobile applications for churches and ministries to prepare for the coming. future with an all-in-one digital solution. With Tabernacle, every church or ministry can digitize all of their administrative workflows, reduce paperwork, automate processes such as membership management, online tithe collection, send instant notifications to their members, and create an inspiring experience and spiritual for their congregation, he said.

The site offers company details, product features and contact information. Tabernacle invited visitors to explore the website and sign up for their newsletter to receive the latest updates such as product releases and feature upgrades.

“We are really excited to create a SaaS product in Nagaland to empower Church leaders with powerful technology tools to better serve and manage their Church. Today we are experiencing the greatest change in communication in the last 500 years since the invention of the printing press,” said co-founder, Atoba Longkumer. He added, “Using our technology and the internet, churches will be able to communicate more effectively with their congregation even beyond Sunday services and that too, by tapping the screen.”

Co-founder, Vituonuo Suohu said, “We are committed to serving our churches through our products and services. Always at the grassroots, we are a technology company that constantly strives to create highly differentiated products. We believe that creating a strong design and engineering culture here in Nagaland will definitely induce the spirit of innovation. We are currently iterating with 2 churches and expecting a beta launch by July 2022.”

Daniel L. Vasquez