December 11, 2017
    Technology News in Brief 2/8/11
    Association News: 

    Advanced Solutions International, Alexandria VA, a global provider of web-based software for member- and donor-based nonprofits, shared the results of a global report on association software by Lehman Associates. The report revealed that ASI's association management software iMIS is rated #1 for customer satisfaction, and a leader in the US, Canadian, UK and Australian markets. The factors for measuring customer satisfaction included meeting expectations for time to implement, ease of implementation and performance after implementation. Details:

    Reps. Jim Langevin (D-RI) and Glenn Thompson (R-PA) are the new co-chairmen of the Career and Technical Education Caucus of the Association for Career and Technical Education, Alexandria VA. The CTE Caucus raises the visibility and value of CTE on Capitol Hill and focuses on job creation and training. Along with recruiting new members to the caucus, Langevin and Thompson are working to recognize CTE Month in February and participating in other CTE Month events. Details:

    Paul Pescatello, CEO of Connecticut United for Research Excellence, New Haven CT, was re-elected chairman of the New England Biotech Association, Wakefield MA. Pescatello served as NEBA chairman in 2010 and has been a member of the board since the group's founding. Details:

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