About: Meghan Durbin, (System Implementation Specialist)

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Bio: Meghan joined fusionSpan in August 2019. Meghan works with multiple non-profits to implement customer facing systems. Meghan has five years of experience working in associations. Meghan graduated from Radford University, with a B.S. in Journalism, and also holds a Paralegal Certification from George Mason University.

Posts by Meghan Durbin, (System Implementation Specialist):

Tips for Association Pros Working with Consultants

Posted on: 30 Mar 2021

When I joined fusionSpan almost a year ago, I joined the IT consulting world, which was different from the association world where I had been for the past five years. During my time working in associations, I worked in the membership department which consisted of a variety of tasks focusing mainly on membership growth, membership engagement, membership retention and continuing education course development.

The One Resolution Every Association Should Make

Posted on: 13 Jan 2021

As we close 2020 and move into 2021, association leaders may be looking for ways to increase their organizational efficiencies – a kind of new year’s resolution. Association leaders should resolve to review how technology supports the organization’s processes. Unfortunately, many organizations delay examining their use of technology, taking an “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it” approach, not recognizing that their current processes may be costing them money. Money, in terms of time and inefficient staff processes. Money in the form of missed opportunities to improve the customer experience, resulting in loss of sales. It can also mean money in terms of loss of members due to bad customer service.

Keys To Ensure Growth For Your Remote Team

Posted on: 28 May 2020

As organizations continue to work remotely, most of us are beginning to realize that teleworking is not a short term fad. In fact, the COVID-19 pandemic might have accelerated remote teams by years! Each business has had to begin adjusting procedures and processes to ensure productivity while staff works from home.

Technique for Technical Writing

Posted on: 06 Feb 2020

Let’s start by answering the question – what is technical writing? Technical writing is defined as writing technical communication used in technical and occupational fields. Technical writing is a way of communicating steps for technology in a user friendly manner.