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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.
“Progress is impossible without change, and those who cannot change their minds cannot change anything.” —George Bernard Shaw When organizations have the notion to update or change their membership management software, the idea can often be met with skepticism or outright opposition from others in the organization. Resistance to change is human nature, but that doesn’t mean it’s OK.
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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.
Staring at your computer screen, you take a deep breath as your finger hovers over your mouse, mentally preparing for a grueling hour of laborious and frustrating work. Click. If this is the feeling you get when opening up your association management software (AMS), we probably don’t have to tell you that your organization might have a serious problem—but we will anyway.
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.
If your duty is to serve your members with the utmost quality and care, you’ve likely considered implementing membership software to help you get the job done.