Execution

GOOD RELATIONSHIPS, GOOD PLANNING ESSENTIAL WHEN IMPLEMENTING DIGITAL STRATEGIES

To be successful in the current environment, associations must strive to reach their full tech potential. 

For a full decade, .orgSource has been helping organizations achieve efficient and effective implantation of their digital strategies.

The .orgSource project approach comes from a belief in the power of a partnership. And our flexibility means that you can ask for our help with just one phase of the project or with everything from identification of requirements through implementation. 

We will work with your organization’s team to ensure a clear understanding of the underlying strategy driving the project and the long-term business objectives of leadership, as well as the specifics of the work effort. 

When it comes to determining individual system requirements, our recommendations are based on your association’s core strategies and business needs. We also have the bandwidth and the experience to help guide your association through RFP development, contract negotiation, budgeting, project management, implementation and the go-live process.

Whether it is working with you to determine your needs and choose the right system, establish a realistic implementation plan and budget or develop a staff training plan, .orgSource will help put the supporting structures and processes in place so that your system implementation goes smoothly and meets expectations.

“We were behind the curve with responsive website design. .orgSource consultants helped us craft a website redesign strategy, managed staff and vendors, and conducted all of our quality testing and staff training to launch the new site.”

-Harriet Bogdanowicz, MBA, CAE, chief communications officers, American Planning Association

 

“Sherry’s RFP development process, methodology for evaluating proposals and vendors, attention to detail and superb project management has consistently exceeded my expectations. When I look at the amount of work and analysis she has provided us during large-scale projects, I realize that it would be impossible for us to provide the same degree of focus and due diligence using existing staff resources.”

 -Jennifer L. Michalek, MS, CAE, chief communications officer, American Society for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy