April 2015

Be careful with phased implementations

A phased implementation is one where, at go-live, only certain critical functionality is available to staff and customers. For example, a phased implementation might include membership and committee management, but not events management. Events management would come after go-live. Because phased implementations are more focused (i.e., fewer pieces of functionality required at go-live), they can […]

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Whether you know or it or not, you already have a data governance policy in place

In August at the ASAE Annual Meeting, I’ll be presenting a session on Data Governance along with Deb Hangar, ASAE’s director of database administration. (Click here to learn more.) As I’ve been planning the session, a thought struck me: Whether you know or it or not, you already have a data governance policy in place.

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Most important news from Personifest so far

Last night kicked off Personify’s rebranded annual users conference Personifest. Eric Thurston, Personify’s CEO, discussed several issues related to the ownership transition at Personify over the past year. But the most important announcement from my perspective was that Personify has begun a partnership program where companies outside of Personify can be “certified” as implementation partners.

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