Core becomes MemNet partner

Core is proud to announce it’s partnership with MemNet, one of the UK’s leading networking organisations for membership bodies, associations, charities and NFP’s.

MemNet was launched in 2007 in response to a need for more support for those managing within membership organisations, associations, charities and business groups. The aim of the network is to support those individuals and offer them development, career and networking opportunities at affordable prices and directly in line with what the membership feels are the most critical and current topics. MemNet has more than quadrupled its membership since it was formed and continues to maintain a significant number of members from some of the leading organisations in the UK.

James Jeynes, Chief Executive of MemNet said today, “I am really pleased that we have this new partnership with Core as I believe the private sector has a lot to offer in the membership sector and Core epitomises that with its comprehensive services around the entire Cloud platform.  At the very least Core should be one of those organisations you consider when looking at bringing in a new system – their experience in this field is exemplary.”

Core is delighted to support the network in its aims, having common ground in the mission to enable membership organisations and non-profits to achieve their goals through sharing best practice, knowledge and experience. The CRM team at Core, previously known as Excitation, have supported the membership and NFP sector for the best part of a decade through successful CRM project consultancy and delivery, as well as continuing support services.

Core’s main offering for the membership sector is it’s uniqueMembership Platform withinMicrosoft Dynamics CRM which addresses inefficiencies in membership management and facilitates the implementation of key membership recruitment and retention strategies through its suite of marketing and reporting functionality. The Membership Platform also offers modules for Events Management, Education and Training, Merchandise, Finance and CPD.

Those membership professionals interested in becoming a member of MemNet can find out more information on theMemNet website or talk to MemNet’s CEX James Jeynes at Core’s next CRM for Membership seminar “Recruit and Retain”, which is an opportunity to find out more about how CRM can help achieve aims in these top two priorities for membership organisations.

Michael McDaid
Joyce Harmon

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