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#1 surferboy

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Posted 30 June 2012 - 01:50 PM

We host a worldwide community. Can Nexus allow our members to, similar to Marketplace, create say a fundraising campaign or sell tickets for the Women's Surf Gala Benefit? Or say a donation program for the beach shack remodel in Huntington Beach, and say another member wants a donation program to buy their first board wax machine?

What about a member who wanted to put on say a surfing clinic and they wanted people to register and pay - offering both regular and late registration fees?

Final question: can Nexus, like Ip Content, be installed in a separate subdirectory, or alternatively, in the same directory as IP Content so the marketplace appears in Ip content (we have IP Content installed in a separate subdirectory).

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#2 surferboy

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Posted 14 July 2012 - 09:52 PM

Should I repost this topic to elicit a reply from IPS pre-sales gurus or submit a ticket?

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#3 bfarber

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Posted 16 July 2012 - 08:47 AM

Yes, I would recommend emailing sales@invisionpower.com directly.

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#4 surferboy

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Posted 17 July 2012 - 01:20 PM

Sent my email. Mystified why so many other folks get their pre-sales questions answered in this forum but not for me or this topic. Not sure I get it. Maybe someone else's department kind of thing?

Some of you may be wondering why I don't just try the demo given my long time affiliation with IPS ... but here is the answer to that thought:


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My suggestion: up your resources, double them , triple them but never get yourselves into a situation where you have to post something like that!

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#5 Collin S.

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Posted 17 July 2012 - 02:01 PM

Sent my email. Mystified why so many other folks get their pre-sales questions answered in this forum but not for me or this topic. Not sure I get it. Maybe someone else's department kind of thing?

Some of you may be wondering why I don't just try the demo given my long time affiliation with IPS ... but here is the answer to that thought:



My suggestion: up your resources, double them , triple them but never get yourselves into a situation where you have to post something like that!

- Brian

Typically, when we release an update, many potential and existing customers all signup for a demo at once in order to try out new features that have just been released before they upgrade their own community. I agree, and it's something we never want to see happens, but every now and then the demo server becomes limited in order to keep it stable for the others. If you're ever in that type of situation, as Brandon mentioned, a quick email to sales@invisionpower.com and we'll get you on the list for one. :thumbsup:

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#6 bfarber

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Posted 18 July 2012 - 10:47 AM

Sent my email. Mystified why so many other folks get their pre-sales questions answered in this forum but not for me or this topic. Not sure I get it. Maybe someone else's department kind of thing?


My knowledge of Nexus is limited, and thus I am not aware of all of the ins and outs possible in the software. Emailing the sales department is always going to net you the best response for very specific questions.
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Brandon Farber
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