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ASI Launches iMIS 20 – NFP Engagement with Constituents Anywhere, Anytime


Tuesday, 4th June 2013 at 2:17 pm
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Advanced Solutions International (ASI), the largest, privately-owned global provider of software for member and donor-based Not for Profits, has launched iMIS 20 - its new Engagement Management System (EMS)™.

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ASI Launches iMIS 20 – NFP Engagement with Constituents Anywhere, Anytime
Tuesday, 4th June 2013 at 2:17 pm

Advanced Solutions International (ASI), the largest, privately-owned global provider of software for member and donor-based Not for Profits, has launched iMIS 20 – its new Engagement Management System (EMS)™.

iMIS 20 enables organisations to engage members, donors, and other constituents—as well as staff—anytime, anywhere, from any device.

It includes constituent management, member self-service, online fundraising, social engagement, private communities, and mobile access in one seamless cloud-based system.

"For associations and Not for Profits , there's nothing more critical than successfully engaging their constituents to ensure that the individuals they worked so hard to attract in the first place will continue to remain active," Bob Alves, ASI Chairman and CEO said.This eliminates costly integration efforts, enables clients to gather better constituent intelligence, and helps them make smarter business decisions.

"iMIS 20 provides the tools they need to engage today's mobile and social constituents in one system–thereby greatly reducing technology needs and expenses."
"Australians are amongst the biggest users of mobile devices in the world, with smartphone penetration predicted to hit 92% by 2017," Paul Ramsbottom, managing director, ASI Asia Pacific said.

"The release of iMIS 20 will help Not for Profit organisations maximise the new opportunities that mobile technology and social media provides, to better engage with their donors, members and constituents."

iMIS 20 is built on the RiSE web engagement platform, a key industry differentiator that empowers clients to easily create and personalise constituent self-service, community, and mobile web pages — with no programming necessary. Plus, iMIS 20 has the flexibility to work with a client's existing Content Management System (CMS) or, for many organisations, the power to manage their entire website.

"The CRM era is over," Alves said. "The launch of iMIS 20 signals a new era of engagement that will forever change the way Not for Profits and associations connect with their constituents."

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