We build products to build a better future.
Since our inception, our commitment to leveraging technology for positive change has been a backbone of Able's values. We are fortunate to have forged enduring partnerships with impactful non-profit organizations and companies that share our passion for making a difference beyond profit margins.
This ethos is a fundamental part of our identity and vision. Our journey is a testament to the belief that technology can be a force for good, and our dedication to this principle continues to drive us forward.
The Parker Institute for Cancer Immunotherapy (PICI) brings together Nobel prize-winning scientists, providing them with funding and resources to advance cancer treatment through immunotherapy.
What we did: Able created a platform for the institute's scientists, helping them to collaborate and share information to contribute to their goal of making cancer a curable disease.
InvestED, a developing non-profit with the aim to empower high school students to make more informed choices as they prepare for, apply to, and choose which college to attend.
What we did: Able helped them build their first product that used proprietary outcomes and portfolio methodology to scale their intervention program
UpTogether is a community, movement, and platform that supports initiatives in historically undervalued communities to improve lives collectively.
What we did: We rearchitected their payment platform integrating with new payment providers, improved system observability capturing production issues earlier, and added architecture and design best practices to their process to increase efficiency.
We The Action (WTA), a small nonprofit founded by Marc Elias and Laurene Powell Jobs who wanted to harness the power of government and philanthropic lawyers to help create a more equitable and just world.
What we did: Able built a platform connecting pro bono lawyers with nonprofits, which boosted lawyer participation, enhanced volunteer experiences, and amplified WTA's impact.
Wishbone is a non-profit that enables low-income high school students to experience life-changing summer programs in an effort to bridge the opportunity gap.
What we did: Able designed and built the platform that connects students with these opportunities. Since 2012, it has helped 2176 students raise $4,158,601 in funding for summer programs.
INVESTING IN A latAm WORKFORCE
We incubated and launched a school, Codeable, to provide opportunity and career advancement for engineering students in LATAM. Since inception, it has graduated 9 cohorts of students (and counting!) with a 95% job placement rate.