ASI/iMIS Leads in Client Satisfaction and Market Share According to Independent Study

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Advanced Solutions International (ASI) announced its iMIS association software system remains the leader in client satisfaction and market share according to the independent 2016 Global Association Management Software Study conducted by Lehman Associates. ASI, a leading global provider of software and services for associations and not-for-profits, noted this year’s survey shows iMIS is used by nearly one (1) in every four (4) associations with greater than $1 million in revenue and the iMIS 20 Engagement Management System (EMS)™ is top-rated in key product areas; learn more at http://www.advsol.com/lehmanpr.

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iMIS is used by nearly 1 in every 4 associations with greater than $1 million in revenue and the latest version, the iMIS 20 Engagement Management System (EMS) is top-rated in key product areas.

Advanced Solutions International (ASI), a leading global provider of software and services for associations and not-for-profits, today announced that its iMIS association software system remains the leader in client satisfaction and market share according to the independent 2016 Global Association Management Software Study conducted by Lehman Associates as part of the Lehman Reports™ industry study series. This year’s survey shows that iMIS is used by nearly one (1) in every four (4) associations with greater than $1 million in revenue and the latest version, the iMIS 20 Engagement Management System (EMS)™ is top-rated in key product areas. Learn more at http://www.advsol.com/lehmanpr.

Lehman Associates surveyed and compiled data from associations with budgets of $1 million or greater in the USA, Canada, United Kingdom, Australia, and New Zealand. Respondents were asked to provide information on their current use of association software technology, purchasing process, upgrade factors, implementation experience, as well as product satisfaction levels.

This year’s study showed that:

  •     22% of associations surveyed use iMIS – double the nearest vendor
  •     iMIS users have the highest “Likelihood-to-Recommend” ratings among the most commonly used products
  •     iMIS users who work with an Authorized iMIS Solution Provider (AiSP) have similarly high “Likelihood-to-Recommend” ratings for their AiSP
  •     ASI and its AiSP channel are the leaders in meeting client expectations for implementation time and expense among the most commonly used products
  •     iMIS 20 was rated highest among the most commonly used products for Built-in Web CMS Capability, Executive Dashboards, Social Media Capabilities, and Mobile Delivery

This is the tenth year Lehman Associates has conducted the survey in the US and the second global extension in Canada, the United Kingdom, Australia, and New Zealand. iMIS has been the market share leader every year.

About Lehman Associates
Lehman Associates, LLC, was founded in 1992 to help companies, associations and other non-profits become more successful with better information and insight about markets and constituents, well‐constructed strategy to help guide planning and resource allocation, and effective use of online technologies to reach and engage target audiences. The Lehman Reports™ series of industry studies detail the use of technology by associations and other non-profits. For more information, visit http://www.LehmanConsulting.com and http://www.LehmanReports.com.

About ASI
Advanced Solutions International (ASI) is a global software company and recognized industry thought leader that focuses on helping associations and nonprofits 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 more than 100 partners, and currently maintains corporate offices in the USA, UK, Canada, and Australia.

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