Our goal is to help you serve your members and advance your mission by way of intelligent technology solutions and support.
We can't solve every problem that associations have, but we are exceptionally good at making an impact when:
Your data might not be secure, which leaves the door open to a cyberattack that could damage your reputation irreparably.
Instead of dedicating their time to advancing your mission, your CFO, COO, or other executive seems to spend all day watching over your technical resources.
Your organization isn’t able to collaborate and communicate effectively, or to support remote and mobile workers well, which makes it difficult for you to appeal to Millennials as members and employees.
CFO, Entertainment Software Association
Choosing critical software, like an AMS, is an incredibly intricate process. Not only that, but selecting the right software is critical to the success of your organization.
The Center for Association Leadership put out a piece in their TechnoScope newsletter about the unique challenges technology scatter presents for associations. Read the full article below. Attachments: File Description File size HowToStopTechnologyScatter_ASAETechnoscope 4_12.pdf 35 Kb
A low-cost cloud solution. It’s an attractive concept, and one Microsoft has been working overtime to promote in the form of their Office 365 services. It’s a smart business move on their part: historically, Microsoft’s revenue has been tied directly to their product upgrade cycles—what better way to supplement the stream than by creating…
For many trade and professional associations, IT is inextricable from the success of your mission; from member management to event planning to effective communication, operations tend to have their roots firmly embedded in dedicated technology solutions. In a different article, we spent some time working through the key elements to consider when it comes…
In 2015, Millennials became the largest generation in the United States workforce; one-in-three American workers today are millennials. What does this mean for your organization?