Many associations struggle with their management information systems and
their membership databases. One of their primary struggles is the lack
of centralized information. Too often, assosiations and non-profits keep
separate databases for membership, events, sales, and other
processes.When at all feasible, these databases should be combined into a
single, centralized database. A centralized system means that for
member Joe Smith, there is only one place a user has to go to find his
name, primary address, and activities within the association. There are
several benefits to moving your data to a centralized system.
Nov 21st, 2014
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