The AMS Fest panel discussion will be a great opportunity to dive into what [private equity firm] investments really mean for the future of association technology.
Austin, TX (PRWEB) September 08, 2016
Eric Thurston, Personify President and CEO, will join industry leaders on a panel to discuss the emergence of private investor interest in the association technology market at the upcoming AMS Fest, a two-day event designed specifically for associations navigating through the selection process for association management solutions.
With over 20 years of experience in the enterprise software industry, including his current position as CEO of a company recently acquired by a private equity firm, Thurston brings a unique perspective to the panel discussion titled, Beneath the Surface: Investors Discover Association Tech & What it Means For You. Thurston will join other senior executives in the industry to break down the differences between self-funded and private equity funded companies along with the positive and negative impacts on clients during an acquisition or merger.
“The recent attention from private equity firms in the association technology market often leaves associations with questions and uncertainty,” said Thurston. “The AMS Fest panel discussion will be a great opportunity to address these concerns and dive into what these investments really mean for the future of association technology.”
AMS Fest will be held September 15- 16, 2016 in Washington D.C. and includes two full days of thought leadership sessions, panels with industry experts, deep dive discussions, demonstrations and networking events. Visit http://www.reviewmyams.com/amsfest/ for a full list of sessions and speakers.
Personify delivers enterprise software and service solutions to leading mission-driven and member-focused organizations that enables them to drive value through best-of-breed technology and best practices. As an organization's technology and community foundation, Personify captures, advances, and provides insight across all member interactions, allowing them to maximize engagement and drive revenue. This is supported by a partnership-based service philosophy committed to helping organizations make smart decisions about their technology in order to maximize both internal and member adoption and ultimately their return on investment.