About Mythos Services
Services Designed to Maximize the Value of Mythos
From onboarding and training to custom document template development to system integrations, we’re here to ensure you get the most out of your Mythos experience. And with our decades of higher education and nonprofit communications experience, you won’t be disappointed.
“The More Vang team is responsive and communicative, knows their product inside out, and is always open to hearing our thoughts and ideas for additions to the platform or outside-the-box use cases.”
— Sara Moise, Director of Donor Relations, Tulane University
Account and Project Management
The Mythos platform is powerful. There’s a lot of potential and, therefore, a lot to learn to get the most out of it. Our Account Management team is here to guide you—and even manage your projects if you need it.
Training and Support
Regardless of how much account or project support you need, we have in-person and online training and support resources to fit your needs and budget.
Template Design, Development, and Setup
Mythos offers a variety of pre-designed but themeable templates that are perfect starting points for any organization just getting started with story-based communications.
However, if those templates don’t fit your organization’s needs or brand requirements, we can customize them or design new ones and set them up in Mythos for you.
Print and Fulfillment
Mythos was created by More Vang, a printing company with over 40 years of experience in higher education and nonprofit communications. So whether you need gold foil on the cover of your endowment report, some sort of specialty paper, or mailing from your ZIP code, we can help. Many of our clients choose us for printing and mailing of endowment, gift, and other types of donor reports and communications.
“An easy-to-use impact collection tool is key to the success of our endowment and impact reports, and we wanted a partnership with a mail vendor who was experienced with university clients, which made Mythos a great choice.”
— Kristin Niceswanger, Associate Director, Donor Relations,
Carnegie Mellon University