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The Aptify Blog is an honest and informative collection of articles to help association executives solve their most pressing issues.

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Finding the Right Head Space to Get Buy-In for New AMS Software

By: Jennifer Barrell
August 02, 2017

As humans, we are constantly evolving and adapting to our changing environment. Yet, when someone at the office proposes a change, like new AMS software, some of us (not you or me, of course) stubbornly insist on standing in place and resisting any forward progress.

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How to Make a Convincing Business Case for New Membership Software

By: Eric McDonald
June 26, 2017

Membership software is mission-critical technology, but organizations have limited financial resources to invest. Since the appetite for new technology is never quenched, your business case for new AMS software must demonstrate its superior business and strategic value for your organization.

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6 Prompts to Properly Propose New Membership Software to Your Board

By: Jennifer Barrell
May 10, 2017

Ask a membership professional about some of their biggest challenges, and selecting and implementing membership software is right up there. Why is it so challenging? For starters, before you even get to the selection phase, you have to convince the board to fund the project. There’s a lot riding on your proposal to the board—staff’s productivity and effectiveness, data security and usefulness, maybe even your reputation, and definitely your stress level. How much longer can you tolerate the lousy system you have now?

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