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We’ve been busy at YourMembership, enhancing our technology solutions to improve your association members’ experience, streamline your operations and processes, and help your organization grow.

Last month, we revolutionized the member experience with SocialLink, YM’s online community and social mobile app built into our association management software (AMS). This month, we’re optimizing your financial operations by integrating QuickBooks Online and Great Plains with our AMS.

These new financial integrations empower you to take advantage of best-of-breed options for both your accounting and association membership management needs. They add to the many choices available on YM’s AMS solution which hits just about everything on your checklist. We are pleased we can now meet your needs for the accounting integration as you shop for an AMS.

I truly understand how important it is for your association to constantly improve your efficiencies and try to find the best methods to optimize all your operations.

In 2015, when I took on the role of membership management at a large medical association, I implemented a holistic approach to analyze all member services processes and identify efficiency gaps. From my analysis, I found each time the member services team created an invoice an email needed to also be sent to the finance team so another invoice could be created using the accounting software.

I was shocked. I felt there had to be a better way for both the member services and finance teams to more effectively do their jobs. At the time, a more efficient way didn’t exist.

But, now there is.

With YM’s AMS integrated with QuickBooks Online and Great Plains, you get an easy-to-use method of optimizing your financial operations by:

  • Eliminating the manual processes of creating invoices.
  • Synchronizing your financial data.
  • Automatically creating new members and products.

By integrating your membership and accounting software, you unleash a more cohesive approach to build a sustainable association.

So, I encourage you to take a step back and look at your processes. Are you working harder? If so, then it’s time start shopping.