Impexium, one of the fastest-growing providers of association management software (AMS), will be showcasing at the Summer 2018 AMS Fest. The meeting will take place from June 6th to June 7th at the Catalyst Ranch in Chicago, Illinois.
AMSFest is a two-day conference that brings together association executives, consultants and vendors from across the US to discuss the latest trends and technology affecting the association management software (AMS) market.
"AMS Fest is designed for the association executive that will be part of the AMS or CRM decision making process sometime in the next two years," stated Patrick Dorsey, Impexium's executive vice president, marketing. "Associations of all sizes recognize they can no longer accept the limitations of their outdated AMS technology if they want to meet the demands of today's members. We excited to show AMS Fest attendees how organizations such as the National Automobile Dealers Association, Illinios State Veterinary Medical Association and the Aerospace Medical Association are leveraging Impexium to transform their organization and drive value to their membership."
Attendees will learn more about Impexium’s smarter, simpler membership management platform during the event by attending one of our “Meet the AMS” sessions:
During these sessions, the Impexium team will demonstrate how Impexium’s 100% web-based platform supports the full range of association business and administrative activities by combining enterprise-level functionality with the benefits of a software-as-a-service model to deliver a mobile-first, responsive, analytics driven membership management platform to associations of all sizes.
Impexium relies on our customers, prospects and our own insights, gathered from more than 2,000 implementation experiences, to continuously refine our membership management solution to deliver the outcomes necessary to address major organizational goals - today and in the future. Change your mind about what is possible. Visit http://www.impexium.com to learn more about Impexium.