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Lunch & Learn Workshop @ TFCA: 10 Commandments of AMS Transitions

May 10, 2018 @ 11:30 am - 1:30 pm

| $45

Does the thought of selecting a new Association Management System (AMS) give you an instant headache? If you answered yes, attend 10 Commandments of AMS Transitions. During this session, you will gain insights on navigating the AMS selection process and hear from an experienced association professional on how to make this process as painless as possible. Don’t plan on sitting still. The workshop aspect of our time together means that participants will walk away with a customized plan for making the next selection —on ANY technology— and a giant project checklist to get the ball rolling. 

You’ll learn:  

    • How to get started
    • Pitfalls to avoid
    • Resources available to help with selection
    • And more! 

If you’re embarking on the AMS search now or in the near future, you don’t want to miss this learning opportunity. PLUS: With your attendance at this session, you will receive a one-year subscription to www.ReviewMyAMS.com, providing you access to more than 800 AMS reviews ($99 value).

*Lunch will be provided.
*Registration Fees: $45 members, $65 Future TNSAE Members
About the Presenter:

Teri Carden is a self proclaimed girl geek in normal girl’s clothing. Having spent the last 10 years as an association professional she’s been fortunate to rub elbows with the industry’s finest executives. With the support of my mentors, colleagues, volunteer leaders, and bosses, she’s always been able to fulfill her incessant desire to geek out at work. This has meant testing and implementing new technologies such as online communities, stretching to new marketing heights with eye-catching campaigns, introducing new social media streams, and jumping headfirst into the mobile world. Her desire to make our association community a better place has been tested over the last few years with the endeavor of ReviewMyAMS.com, home to more than 800 reviews on association management software. When Teri’s not face-to-face with the computer screen, she loves to cook, exercise, wrestle with her kids, explore craft cocktail bars, visit the beach, and enjoy time with family and friends.
You’ve probably heard of ReviewMyAMS, but have you heard of 100Reviews? We’ve all heard of Yelp and TripAdvisor. Associations now have an opportunity to bring a new, trusted resource and source of non-dues revenue to members. Spin up your own review site with 100Reviews and help your members make smarter buying decisions at work. Teri will have information available on this non-dues revenue opportunity! 


May 10, 2018
11:30 am - 1:30 pm


Tennessee Fuel & Convenience Store Association
430 Enos Reed Drive
Nashville, TN 37210 United States
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