by Joanna Pineda Posted on July 3, 2008
Alabama Associated General Contractors (ALAGC), a powerful voice in state and national politics, is dedicated to building a better future for the construction industry.
ALAGC and Matrix Group collaborated on a strategy that would make its Web site the one-stop destination for its members for all information about contracting, industry news, safety standards, best practices, programs, activities and events. The solution included Matrix Group’s association management software (AMS), MatrixMaxx and a robust content management system (CMS) that allows members to create a personalized page with content most relevant to them.
The End of Expertise and How Associations Must Adapt Posted on February 23, 2024
“Trust in companies from global companies is in decline, worry over societal threats and establishment leaders misleading us is growing, while peers are as trusted as scientists for information on new innovations.” – 2024 Edelman Trust Barometer A couple of weeks ago, I facilitated a discussion through UST Education about trust and associations with Melanie Gottlieb, CEO of the American Association...
6 Tips for Successful AMS Onboarding for New Staff Posted on February 12, 2024
When welcoming a new staff member into your organization, the onboarding process plays a pivotal role in shaping their future at your association. It's not just about acquainting them with the organization, their colleagues, or the physical workspace; it's also crucial to empower them with the tools and knowledge they need to thrive. And your Association Management System (AMS) is one...
Google and Yahoo’s 2024 Email Policy Updates: What You Need to Know Posted on January 18, 2024
2024 is shaping up to be THE year of safer email, starting with big email authentication policy updates from Google and Yahoo, which will take effect on February 1st, 2024. These policy changes will impact what email Google and Yahoo will accept and deliver to their users’ inboxes, in an effort to decrease spam and spoofing. These changes primarily affect bulk...