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We’ll give it to you straight—membership software questions can rarely be answered with a simple “Yes” or “No.”
Picture a membership software solution that has successfully evolved with your organization as you've grown and changed. Picture an AMS that has kept you on an upgrade path for several years and is a solution that simply works in the background and isn't the cause of daily stress among your team. Now picture that you're the one who found this system. Feels good, doesn't it?
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1 + 1 = 3. Synergy is the purpose of an agile membership team—not budget, not friendship, and not convenience. The aggregate function of a team is to produce results greater than each individual could produce on her own. Easier said than done.
AMSFest brought an energized and inquisitive crowd to Chicago last week. In a creative North Side loft, AMS software vendors, partners, and association executives looking for new software solutions met to discuss the changing technology landscape and strategies on making sound selection decisions.
The key to membership retention? Attaining members in the first place! While it’s obvious, it’s not nearly as easy as it sounds. First impressions are notoriously important. When you meet somebody face to face, you can read their body language, answer questions, and give them a custom sales pitch. Online, you really don’t have any of those options. That’s the challenge with membership signups, and also the opportunity.
After documenting requirements and reviewing vendor proposals, your association is ready to evaluate the database management software solutions and vendors that made the final cut. Since you’re the sole IT professional in the room, your colleagues naturally look to you for guidance. No worries, we’ve got your back. Here is a list of factors to consider and questions to ask when evaluating database management software.