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Abila is the leading provider of software and services to associations, helping them use data and personal insight to improve financial and strategic decision making, enhance member engagement and value, operate more efficiently, and increase revenue. Our netFORUM™ association management system and Freestone™ learning management system enable associations to deliver a powerful membership experience.

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 •  November 21

When it comes to doing business effectively, technology is one of the biggest assets in which a nonprofit organization can invest. Staff members gain valuable time back into their busy schedules and nonprofits perform at their best when data is streamlined and easily accessible. Here are three benefits your organization can gain by implementing...

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 •  November 16

Job opportunities rank as one of the top benefits that drive association membership, according to our recent Member Loyalty Study. It’s no surprise then that today most associations offer a niche job board on their website. Not only do job boards provide value to existing members and help associations attract new members, but they also generate...

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 •  November 15

With the holiday shopping season fast approaching and the shift towards cyber-shopping as opposed to mobbing the mall, the likelihood of running into a window asking you to take an online survey to share your internet experience is almost certain. A quick way to gain your customers’ perspective on how your software is operating is by using an...

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 •  November 9

The Millennial generation – of which I’m a proud card-carrying member – has certainly been a hot topic in the last couple of years. As the largest working generation, we’re shaping how associations recruit, engage, and retain membership. Smart association leaders are quickly realizing that continuing education programming is an offering highly...

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 •  November 7

Many associations use exhibiting at tradeshows and events as a large part of their marketing efforts. With the cost of exhibiting being so high, it’s critical to use the time and money spent to exhibit wisely. The first part to getting the best return on your exhibit investment is to make sure you have visitors at your booth. Without visitors, the...

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 •  October 30

Often the most essential element to a nonprofit organization’s overall success is the mission. What is the organization’s purpose and why does it exist? The mission says it all, and organizations that have a clear and relateable mission can bring immense value to their constituents and the community they serve. Some agencies will have their mission...

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 •  October 27

Advances in technology do not stand still for associations or non-profits no matter how tight their budget. Even the simplest of computing advancements can require that some hardware or software be upgraded from year-to-year. But failing to keep up with the techno-curve and allowing your organization to steadily fall behind can leave your...

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 •  October 18

When asked to describe Millennials in an Ipsos online survey people used the terms: materialistic, selfish, lazy, arrogant, narcissistic, entitled … just to name a few. Ouch. However, while the top answers were mostly negative attributes, there were some positive descriptions as well, such as: tech-savvy, ambitious, well-educated, idealistic,...

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 •  October 10

Member retention and engagement are always top of mind for association professionals. However, many find it difficult to be proactive in terms of identifying and developing a plan to address member satisfaction … before it’s too late. There are a multitude of reasons members join a professional organization, but according to our recent Member...

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 •  October 5

We all know nonprofit accounting can be frightening at times, particularly when your accounting system has one foot in the grave. From auditor boogeymen creeping down hallways, to beastly balance sheets that have minds of their own, to recurring transaction nightmares. YIKES! But nonprofit accounting doesn’t have to be all double, double, toil, and...