ASI and iFINITY Announce Forms Automation Software Tools for iMIS

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Advanced Solutions International (ASI), the largest, privately-owned global provider of web-based member software for associations and fundraising software for not-for-profits, announces that iMIS customers will now be able to save time and resources by building and deploying their data entry forms and underlying form processes directly from within iMIS.

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With nearly 4,000 clients and millions of users worldwide, iMIS is the most widely used association software in the world with three times the global market share of the nearest solution and a popular choice of larger charities and not-for-profits.

Advanced Solutions International (ASI), the largest, privately-owned global provider of software for member and donor-based not-for-profits, today announced that iFINITY (previously Fisher Technology) has joined the iXtend Development Partner Program, and their forms automation software product, WebFormZ for iMIS, has been granted Silver-level status as an iMIS add-on application.

With iFINITY's iParts/iBO-based WebFormZ system, iMIS customers can create forms, custom data entry screens, and business rule-driven workflow processes, and then deploy them for use by both staff users and public users. WebFormZ provides iMIS users with new form options that were previously only achievable via expensive custom development.

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ASI’s iXtend Development Partner Program assists current partners, third-party companies and individuals, customers, and ASI staff with the development, integration, promotion, and selling of new iMIS add-on applications. Under this program, ASI provides the tools and guidelines to help this community develop software products for iMIS that have the same structure, characteristics, and behaviors as ASI-created iMIS modules. Access a library of iMIS add-on applications at http://www.iMIS.com/iXtend.

Historically, organizations with a need for complex joining forms have had to pay for these to be developed as expensive custom enhancements. iFINITY has eliminated this problem by creating a comprehensive software module that becomes part of iMIS in use and makes it easy to achieve the building of even complex forms that support document uploads, routing, rules, workflow, and automatic publishing to the iMIS Web Content Manager (WCM). WebFormZ will enable iMIS users to build forms and form processes without programming for the first time. The module has great potential to raise productivity, increase response times, and lower the overall cost of ownership for iMIS forms automation solutions.

About iFINITY
iFINITY a multi-time member of the ASI Chairman's Circle, has been an Authorized iMIS Solution Provider (AiSP) since 1994, and has assisted in the development of several native iMIS modules, including eCommerce, Sponsorship Management, and Advanced Events. Prior to the creation of WebFormZ, iFINITY developed the Application Manager module for iMIS. iFINITY is a worldwide sponsor of NiUG, the independent iMIS users group, and is led by founder and CEO Russell Franks, who has been a leader in the European association space for over 15 years. To learn more about iFINITY, visit http://www.ifinity.co.uk.

About ASI
Advanced Solutions International (ASI) is a recognized industry thought leader that focuses on helping associations and not-for-profits increase operational and financial performance through the use of best practices, proven solutions, and ongoing client advisement. Since 1991, ASI has served nearly 4,000 clients and millions of users worldwide, both directly and indirectly through a network of over 100 partners worldwide, and currently maintains corporate offices in the USA, UK, Canada, and Australia.

ASI is the developer of iMIS not-for-profit software, association software, member software, donor software, and fundraising software. iMIS is the most widely used association software in the world with three times the global market share of the nearest solution and a popular choice of larger charities and not-for-profits.

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Edward Wendling

Neil Kleinberg, ASI Dir. of Corporate Development
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