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Bridging Gaps Through Technology

fusionSpan at #ASAETech18

fusionSpan kicked off last week at the Annual ASAE Technology Conference. As our team has continued to grow we have looked for more ways to engage and give back to the association community, and ASAE Tech is a great example. Not only did we have lots of great conversations with attendees at our booth in the exhibit hall, we also co-presented two sessions as part of the learning opportunities of the conference.

By Justin Burniske | December 14, 2018Read More

Complicated Integrations Made Easy with Zapier – Part 2

Following the Complicated Integrations Made Easy with Zapier – Part 1 article, we will now look at how we can leverage…

By Manav Kher | November 19, 2018Read More

AMS Implementation: Why a Business Process Discovery is Essential BEFORE Making a Move

One of the biggest challenges with association management system (AMS) implementations is that organizations often confuse processes in their old system with their business requirements. When this happens, organizations request customizations to make the new system function like the old system. Wasn’t the original goal of selecting and implementing a new AMS to improve—not maintain—your business processes?

By Justin Burniske | November 02, 2018Read More
fusionSpan at #ASAETech18

fusionSpan kicked off last week at the Annual ASAE Technology Conference. As our team has continued to grow we have looked for more ways to engage and give back to the association community, and ASAE Tech is a great example. Not only did we have lots of great conversations with attendees at our booth in the exhibit hall, we also co-presented two sessions as part of the learning opportunities of the conference.

By Justin Burniske | December 14, 2018
AMS Implementation: Why a Business Process Discovery is Essential BEFORE Making a Move
One of the biggest challenges with association management system (AMS) implementations is that organizations often confuse processes in their old system with their business requirements. When this happens, organizations request customizations to make the new system function like the old system. Wasn’t the original goal of selecting and implementing a new AMS to improve—not maintain—your business processes?
By Justin Burniske | November 2, 2018
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