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cloudThing’s powerUP For The Membership Sector Coming SOON

08th Dec 2021

Membership organisations that are already using payment schedules and adjustment managers completely in-house by way of their CRM have reduced third-party processing costs, increased data input and processing efficiency and generally just streamlined all their processes.

They’ve achieved this by following a model of reliable and repeatable methods of data classification, that is… automated process and cloud migration have made the data something that can be accessed and analysed by all those who have permissions.

Overall, their people have a reduced manual effort, less room for human error and increased collection of revenue on time, leaving more room for their members to get the most out of the organisation!

As this technology is already being implemented in membership organisations the world over – automated processing is nothing new – it means you’re not experimenting. You’re ensuring business continuity by #buildingFuture and creating a culture of resilience among your organisations.

The good news is that cloudThing is making this technology available for membership organisations to provide easy to implement solutions to all the common problems that the membership sector faces!

What can you do with the powerUps?

Well, basically everything! The automated processing schedule checks billing profiles for payments due, the direct integration with BACS means you can process payment and deliver responses and automatic notification of payments received, and it updates the billing profiles – all which will allow you to maintain that customer relationship.

Data Mill is part of cloudThing’s wider membership powerUp, which has been designed to provide immediate solutions to common problems that the membership sector faces. Sign up here to receive more information about our powerUps and its benefits.

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