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Member Alert: New Association Management System

ARSA is transitioning to a new membership engagement tool. The “association management system” (AMS) will integrate with through an online portal providing direct access for members to information, benefits and resources.

Once the new AMS is unveiled, members will be able to manage the contacts included under their organization, navigate a contact directory, access/purchase publications, register for events, pay invoices and communicate with ARSA’s team and each other.

The ARSA team has spent the first half of the year learning the new system, tailoring it to members’ specific needs and updating procedures to accommodate its various features. The final review of current membership data is underway; it will be uploaded into the AMS shortly.

You will receive a “launch” notice via email when your membership information has been loaded into the new system. The message will include basic instructions for setting up your member portal account and begin exploring.

Stay tuned…

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