Abila Adds 70 New Association and Nonprofit Clients
Organizations continue to choose Abila’s industry-leading software to enhance member value and manage financial complexity.
October 26, 2016 – AUSTIN, Texas – Abila continued its strong growth, adding 70 new clients in the third quarter, ranging from national professional membership organizations to mid-sized nonprofits across a variety of sectors. The company’s full suite of true fund accounting™, association management, learning management, and fundraising solutions helps organizations improve decision making, execute with greater precision, increase constituent engagement, and generate more revenue.
Abila’s award-winning true fund accounting™ family of solutions includes Abila MIP Fund Accounting™ and cloud-based Abila MIP Advance™, both purpose built for nonprofit financial professionals to serve their unique needs.
The company’s suite of open, cloud-based, configurable association and learning management software helps enhance member value for associations of all sizes, and includes Abila netFORUM Enterprise™, for large associations; Abila netFORUM Pro™, for small and mid-sized associations; and Abila Freestone™ Learning Management System, for all associations looking to deliver comprehensive online learning programs.
“Our goal is to provide clients with an association management system that serves each stakeholder group in an efficient and user-friendly manner – in one consolidated system,” said Michele M. Jerome,senior vice president, enterprise operations for MCI USA, an Abila Association Management Company (AMC) Partner. “Abila’s netFORUM Pro delivers a robust platform at a price all nonprofits can afford. The result is a great value. We are pleased to have worked with Abila for nearly 10 years, and look forward to shared future successes.”
New Abila clients include:
- American Urogynecologic Society
- Association of Military Surgeons of the United States
- CAI – Channel Islands Chapter
- Children’s Advantage
- Columbia Legal Services
- Fayette County Drug and Alcohol Commission, Inc.
- Hawaii Youth Symphony
- Legal Aid Society-Employment Law Center
- MyCare Health Center
- National Congress of American Indians
- National Health Care Anti-Fraud Association
- Northern Cheyenne Tribal School
- SER-Jobs for Progress of the Texas Gulf Coast
- Sky People Higher Education
- Society of University Surgeons
- West Central Texas Council of Governments
“Association and nonprofit organizations continue to choose Abila to help them better serve their members, donors, and stakeholders,” said Krista Endsley, chief executive officer for Abila. “We are excited to welcome these new organizations into the Abila family, and are committed to continuing to provide industry-leading solutions that enable them to fulfill their missions.”
Abila is the leading provider of software and services to associations and nonprofit organizations that help them improve decision making, execute with greater precision, increase engagement, and generate more revenue. With Abila solutions, association and nonprofit professionals can use data and personal insight to improve financial and strategic decision making, enhance member and donor engagement and value, operate more efficiently and effectively, and increase revenue to better activate their mission. Abila combines decades of industry insight with technology know-how to serve nearly 8,000 clients across North America. For more information, please visit www.abila.com. To subscribe to the Abila blog, visit Forward Together at http://blog.abila.com/.