Thoughts on technology and innovation
Sig VanDamme, Founder, Membership Software Evangelist
Do you love your association management software (AMS)?
If you said “no,” then it may be time for a change. With so many AMS platforms available today, it’s often easy to get caught up in all the bells and whistles the softwares claim to have.
But, it’s not only about the features, ease of use and efficiency. It’s also about positioning your association for the future with a technology platform and partner who exceeds member expectations.
At the end of the day, you want peace of mind your AMS is going to perform exactly how you need it to, while also providing a flawless member experience. You also want that member experience to be modern, innovative and forward-thinking, and to do that, your AMS needs to be modern and innovative.
Nimble AMS is that platform. Here are five things clients love about Nimble AMS:
1. Nimble AMS makes you look good.
Our infographic below gives some additional insight into these five things, and our recorded webinar, “5 Things Clients Love About Nimble AMS,” dives even deeper into these benefits.
You can view the webinar for free here.
Matt Rist - Director, Product Delivery
NimbleUser attended Salesforce’s premier conference, Dreamforce, in San Francisco last week. Dreamforce is now considered the worlds largest software conference with over 170,000 attendees and 2,700 sessions! This conference is a great opportunity for us to learn the future direction of Salesforce and how we can harness it to shape our product roadmap to help associations better leverage the power of the Force.com platform.
It was incredible to experience the positive energy around the conference coming from the worlds most innovative company.
Courtney Lill, Marketing Coordinator
Please help us welcome Jake Darling to the NimbleUser team! Jake is a graduate of RIT with a B.S. in Software Engineering. Jake has joined our Product Architecture team, bringing experience from internships in test automation and software engineering.
When asked what brought him to NimbleUser, Jake responded, “The people and culture. It’s a very trusting environment. Everyone is friendly and wants to succeed. I got a good sense of this in my interview, and even before that when reading through some of the blog posts.”
So far, Jake’s favorite part of working at NimbleUser is the office setting. He loves the art, the bright colors, natural light, and inspirational quotes on the monitors. (The stocked fruit in the kitchen doesn’t hurt either.)
Courtney Lill, Marketing Coordinator
This week, Cathy Johnson celebrated her 5 year Nimbleversary! As a Senior Consultant, Cathy is responsible for conducting AMS business requirement analysis, project management, ongoing support/maintenance, and end-user/admin training. We’re looking back on Cathy’s 5 years and diving into her love of working with our clients and all the fun she’s had along the way.
Peter Pirro, Client Engagement Specialist
In 5th grade, I penned five pages on what a visit to Paris, France would be like. After some research and consternation, I turned in my work on starchy, lined paper and received an A+. The title: “The Parisian Experience”. What I didn’t realize, until I had actually stepped foot on French soil, was that my “experience” was a lonely candle compared to the brilliant sunlight that awaited me in the city itself. It’s easy to learn about something from reading or writing, but to truly experience it takes all senses and, most of all, your involvement in something significant. NimbleUser training starts out with a game plan - you can write it on starchy, lined paper if you’d like. It ends with a full-circle dynamo of engaging development which brings people, ideas, and innovation together.