ASI and Partners to Educate Non-Profits on Technology Best Practices
at the 2011 NTEN and AFP Conferences
ALEXANDRIA, Virginia, March 14, 2011
What: Advanced Solutions International (ASI), the
largest, privately-owned global provider of software for member- and
donor-based non-profits, will be leading sessions with partner (C)
Systems and customer Guide Dog Foundation at two upcoming non-profit
conferences. At the 2011 Non-Profit Technology Conference, ASI and (C)
Systems will detail PCI compliance— what the standards are, what's at
risk for non-profits and the varied requirements that credit card
companies have for merchant levels. They will also explore some common
PCI myths, and offer advice on how organizations can gain internal
support and successfully achieve compliance. In a second session, ASI
will discuss how non-profits can benefit from using a single system for
donor and website management. The company will outline how organizations
can replace multiple software systems, eliminate silos of data and
costly integration efforts and provide a true 360 profile of
At the 2011 AFP International Conference, ASI, (C) Systems and the
Guide Dog Foundation will demonstrate how the non-profit successfully
leveraged its IT infrastructure, to ultimately further its mission and
reinvent constituents’ experiences. The speakers will also discuss
practical solutions to mission-critical fundraising software issues and
how to strengthen donor and volunteer relationships.
Who: The NTEN and AFP sessions will be led by ASI,
and the company’s partners and customers.
Where: The 2011 NTEN Conference will be held March
17 – 19 in Washington, D.C. at the Washington Hilton.
The 2011 AFP International Conference will be held March 20 – 22 in
Chicago at the McCormick Place Convention Center – Lakeside.
When: The NTEN sessions titled "PCI Compliance—Love
It, Hate It, But Don't Ignore It" and "Eliminate Silos of Data and
Costly Integration Efforts With a Single System for Donor and Website"
will both take place on Saturday, March 19 at 10:30 a.m.
The AFP session titled "Reinventing the Constituent Experience: How
to Harness Your Data and Communications" will take place on Monday,
March 21 at 2:45 p.m.
Advanced Solutions International (ASI) is the largest,
privately-owned global provider of web-based software for member and
donor-based not-for-profits, and has served nearly 3,000 customers and
millions of users worldwide since 1991. The company has approximately
100 partners and 200 employees worldwide with offices in the U.S., U.K.,
Canada and Australia.
ASI is the developer of iMIS, an
upgradeable software solution for managing associations, membership,
non-profits and fundraising. iMIS is the most
widely used association software in the world with three times the
global market share of the nearest solution and a popular choice among a
variety of other not-for-profits. iMIS 15, the
latest evolution of iMIS, leverages
Microsoft's .NET development platform to provide a flexible and open