Makerble is a cloud-based software-as-a-service platform which you can access from any device with a web browser and internet connection, anywhere in the world. This means that you no longer need to worry about installing software onto your computers. We can give you offline capability in the form of our Android application which works on tablets and mobile devices.
Encrypted data storage in london
We use virtual data storage provided by Amazon Web Services, who are world leaders in cloud computing technology.
Your data is stored in an S3 bucket which is encrypted at REST. This means that while data is not being used and edited, it is being stored securely
Find out more: www.aws.amazon.com
We use Heroku's cloud platform to provide our servers.
Heroku enables us to rapidly maintain and improve your experience of Makerble
We also use professional level Dynos which scale automatically based on usage. It means that we never encounter problems due to too many people using the platform at once
Find out more: www.heroku.com
industry standard database structure
We use a PostgreSQL database which is the world's most advanced open-source database
We create daily backups of our database which means that in the unlikely event of a disaster, we can restore your information quickly
Find out more: www.postgresql.org
built using the same language as airbnb, basecamp and shopify
We use Ruby on Rails to write the majority of code underpinning Makerble
Our code is worked on collaboratively by our development teams in London and India using Github.
Find out more: https://rubyonrails.org/
hassle-free PAYMENT processing
We use Stripe to manage payments and donations on Makerble. It is a powerful online payments platform with backing from PayPal.
Stripe's tools mean that as soon as a donation to a project happens on Makerble, the donation is transferred to your organisation's Stripe account and automatically deposited in your bank account a few days later.
Find out more: www.stripe.com
contingency & business continuity
We can activate an escrow service on your account which means that in the event that Makerble is no longer able to support or provide its software-as-a-service, our escrow provider will continue to provide the service.
The default arrangement is a one year provision of service so that you can continue with business as usual while you decide whether to use the Makerble source code to continue running the software yourself or switch to another provider.
Find out more: www.escrowlondon.co.uk