FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Sami McPadden Phone: (202) 739-9514 Email: email@example.com Arlington, VA (09/27/19) – Association TRENDS, a division of CBIS, is pleased to announce the launch of Bumblebee, a data transformation tool designed to help associations tackle two of their biggest data challenges: duplication and data quality. Bumblebee automates data transformation and cleansing activities
Online learning tech has evolved to the point where many industries and associations are taking advantage of it. For associations specifically, the best part of using learning tech is the fact that it can successfully engage busy members and keep them motivated to stay up-to-date on developments in their fields. Offering continuing education as an
AMS Fest is an event held for association executives, consultants, and vendors centered around association management systems. AMSs are vital to the association community as they allow associations to manage all aspects of their organizations including membership, payments, event registration, website, and more, all in one place. Just like each association is unique, so are
Accurate, detailed, and transparent accounting practices don’t have to burden your team with more work! When it comes to saving time and avoiding data challenges throughout the accounting process, you have a secret weapon: your software solutions! We’re taking a look at how you can make accounting more efficient when you: Integrate your AMS and
CompTIA’s extraordinary results – a 20% increase in revenue – weren’t achieved solely with omnichannel learning, gamification, and analytic dashboards. Put yourself in Tom Reilly’s shoes… As the VP of Learning at CompTIA, he was challenged with building a modernized Continuing Education (CE) product that aligns with today’s learners, with driving revenue being a critical component for success. Where do you start? Focus first on learners’ pain points.
Association TRENDS’ second annual EMERGENT took place May 15-16 in Washington, DC. Last year EMERGENT was created after noticing a lack of practical applications in a world filled with emerging technologies. Submerged in the association and data world, AT was hearing about new technologies all the time but now seeing how they can be implemented