Larger organizations already understand the tremendous impact iMIS can have on their performance, but now -- with our iMIS 20-100 edition -- we’re offering unprecedented power and flexibility to associations of all sizes. The response has been amazing.
Alexandria, VA (PRWEB) August 20, 2013
Advanced Solutions International (ASI) demonstrated its game-changing iMIS 20 Engagement Management System (EMS)™ at the recent ASAE Annual Conference in Atlanta -- to a very enthusiastic audience.
iMIS 20 enables organizations to engage members, as well as staff, anytime, anywhere, from any device. It includes member management, member self-service, social engagement, private communities, and mobile access in one seamless cloud-based system. This eliminates costly integration efforts, enables clients to gather better constituent intelligence, and helps them make smarter business decisions.
In July, the company announced the availability of iMIS 20-100 -- the out-of-the-box edition designed for small-staff associations that want an all-in-one web-based solution that’s easy to set up with no costly hardware or software. It joins iMIS 20-300, the cloud-based or on-premise solution for organizations with more complex demands, in responding to the diverse needs of the association market.
“The ASAE Annual Conference was a fantastic venue for the association community to see the exciting new iMIS 20 system in action,” said Bob Alves, ASI Chairman and CEO. “Larger organizations already understand the tremendous impact iMIS can have on their performance, but now -- with our iMIS 20-100 edition -- we’re offering unprecedented power and flexibility to associations of all sizes. The response has been amazing.“
ASI was well-represented at the event that hosted more than 5,000 attendees. ASI clients and partners presented at 21 conference sessions and three clients were recognized for their exceptional achievements over the past year:
2013 Key Award: Susan B. Waters, PhD, CAE, CEO, National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors (iMIS client since 1997)
Professional Performance Award: David Akridge, CAE, Deputy Executive Director of American Inns of Court Foundation (iMIS client since 1993)
2013-2015 Diversity Executive Leadership Program (DELP) Scholars included: Tracy King, CFD, Associate Director, Education, American Academy of Neurology (iMIS client since 1996)
Along with six Authorized iMIS Solution Providers (AiSPs) -- Association Technology Solution, (C) Systems Global, Computer System Innovations, Intuitive Business Concepts, ISG Solutions and McGladrey LLP -- ASI hosted a special invitation-only “i-List” event on Sunday evening, August 4, during the Conference.
Just prior to the ASAE event, ASI held an iMIS Business Excellence Forum (iBEF) event on "Growth in an Unpredictable Economy” on Friday, August 2, in Atlanta. This one-day conference gave executives at iMIS client organizations an opportunity to discuss strategy and planning, provide direct feedback to ASI management, get a first-hand look at new iMIS product development plans, learn about iBEF planning services, and network with their peers.
Advanced Solutions International (ASI) is a recognized global, 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, and currently maintains corporate offices in the USA, UK, Canada, and Australia.
iMIS 20 signals the end of the era of Customer Relationship Management (CRM), Association Management Software (AMS), Donor Management Software, and Fundraising Management Software. It's optimized to replace association software, membership software, and fundraising software systems that rely on the inefficient integration of multiple, disparate systems. iMIS 20 simplifies technology needs, boosts constituent engagement, and improves organizational performance.