Orlando, Florida (PRWEB) August 7, 2007
The Fraternity Executive Association (FEA) held their 77th Annual meeting this past month in Orlando, examining the executive challenges faced by University and College Fraternity chapters. FraternityLive.com, one of the largest online Greek communities, was on hand to demonstrate how their easy user interface and practical financial tools can benefit both Fraternities and Sororities.
The FraternityLive website was designed so that members and Executives alike can benefit from online tools to help manage a chapter's affairs. The site offers bank accounts that coordinate member dues and payments, as well as ongoing contact lists and user information updates which will save chapters a lot of time and grief. Many Executives in attendance had an opportunity to review the site and were receptive to the idea of a standardized social network. The privacy and security of FraternityLive's 'Greek only' network also presented an interesting solution to the challenge of monitoring content distributed on Fraternity sites. In addition, the site offers popular social features such as photo galleries, event posting and notification, and member created groups.
The FraternityLive network met with a positive reception at this year's 77th Annual Fraternity Executives Association Meeting. The site has seen its numbers continue to grow, and has already been invited to help register more chapters on their network.
For a copy, demo, or additional information about the FraternityLive network, please contact Corina Newby or visit http://www.tsotinc.com.
About TSOT Inc.:
TSOT is the owner and manager of the innovative online applications FraternityLive and SororityLive. These applications are designed for the Greek community, helping chapters all over North America to stay organized and connected while maintaining the privacy and integrity of their network.