The Aptify Blog
The Aptify Blog is an honest and informative collection of articles to help association executives solve their most pressing issues.
Associations are often laggards to the latest trends in business. That might not be a popular thing to espouse on this blog, but it’s true. From technology to management philosophy to organizational structure, most associations are traditionalists. They would rather err on the side of caution rather than push the envelope. A perfect example of this is the on-demand economy, which few associations have yet to leverage.
The Team at Aptify is committed to being partners for the long-term. Focused on lasting solutions, we want to be sure our clients can achieve their core mission. With this sentiment comes the Business Support Services team who are on-hand to assist with all sorts of tasks to keep your business running and take your membership software to the next level. Think of them as an extra set of hands for data entry, research, or cleansing. You may have heard about Aptify's new Business Support Services offering from your latest newsletter or from the community network where some Aptify clients have already had a great experience with our team, but today, I am going to tell my story and the business of support.
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Every organization could use a leg up when it comes to development help and project management. But it's difficult to find someone who can simply start helping right away. We've seen many of our clients solve this dilemma when they opt into the Dedicated Team program, which pairs them with developers who can be scaled up and down to meet project and development needs. These dedicated developers have expertise in association management software to add to the team without the hassle of recruitment or training. Neat huh? Yeah, but this isn't about us.
It's no secret that the online shopping landscape has drastically changed over the last few years. With major players such as Apple, Amazon Marketplace, Fiverr, and Etsy defining modern e-commerce,