What is netAdventist?
netAdventist is a revolutionary content management software suite created by top-notch programmers to provide the global Adventist church with a common communication platform that empowers its churches, schools, conferences and ministries at the local level while connecting them to the best evangelism resources and tools the church has to offer. netAdventist uses the latest in Web 2.0 technology. Check out netAdventist's software features and how they can help you create and manage your Web site.
netAdventist was developed by TAGnet, an ASI member and supporting ministry of the Seventh-day Adventist church. Philanthropists Tom and Vi Zapara played an integral part in helping TAGnet with the significant funding needed to develop netAdventist. TAGnet has gifted the netAdventist software platform, along with several companion applications to the General Conference. On October 16, 2007, delegates at the church's Annual Council voted to accept full ownership of the netAdventist software. On September 2, 2008 the Office of Global Software and Technology (OGST) at the General Conference took over management of netAdventist with the release of its 3.0 version. The Seventh-day Adventist Church has a perpetual license to use and modify the netAdventist software for its organizations and ministries.
Key Facts About the Software License
- The Seventh-day Adventist Church has a perpetual license to use netAdventist 3.
- The Seventh-day Adventist Church can modify netAdventist to fit its needs.
- All future modifications and features added to netAdventist are to be made available free-of-charge to everyone using netAdventist 3. This means when an organization creates a new feature all other organizations receive this feature for free.