Portfolio: MORI
  • MORI: Find Member
  • MORI: Member
  • MORI: Lodge History

In 2004, the Grand Lodge of New York came to Enable Labs with an antiquated member management system running in DOS. They wanted to update to a unified web-based system for their internal users and their 600 local lodges.

Enable Labs designed and implemented the Masonic Online Registry Interface (MORI). MORI manages all of the member functions for the Grand Lodge and their 600 local Lodge secretaries. Integrating all of the functionality into a web application greatly decreased the paper work load for the Grand Lodge significantly lowering their operating expenses.

MORI has since been adopted by the Grand Lodges of Illinois, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, New Jersey, North Carolina, Ohio, South Dakota, Wisconsin, the York Rite bodies of Massachusetts and the Order of Eastern Star of New York. MORI manages over 35% of all Masonic records in the United States.

MORI is a Software as a Service (SaaS) application owned and operated by Enable Labs. As an ongoing product provided by Enable Labs, it has undergone significant development and enhancement. Enable Labs continues to develop MORI

MORI: Screen Shot

Technologies Used

  • Languages:
    • Java (J2EE, Spring, Struts)
    • Ruby (JRuby, Ruby on Rails, HAML, Cucumber, RSpec)
    • Javascript (jQuery)
  • Development Tools:
    • Ant
    • Sublime
    • Mac
  • Deployment:
    • JBoss
    • Sendgrid (Email Intergration)
    • Linux
  • Databases:
    • MySQL

If you would like to try it out, click the demo link below.

Try out the MORI demo

Client Comments

“I contracted with Enable Labs for their MORI membership management system. I was very impressed the analytical problem solving approach of Mark Menard. We required additional enhancements to the system and all was delivered on time and on budget. I can say that this was the best experience I have ever had with software development."

Michael A. DeWolf - Grand Secretary / COO at Grand Lodge F&AM of WI

“Mark and his team developed and provided a membership management database for our organization, which has more than 100,000 members and more than 500 local lodges. The benefits of his program have revolutionized our data collection and preservation processes. Our local and state leaders love the program; our auditors are receiving better information; and our staff is able, with this technology, to save money on a variety of projects. Mark's cooperation and technical savvy have made these benefits possible for us. We are truly pleased."

George O. Braatz - Grand Secretary Emeritus at Grand Lodge F&AM of Ohio

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