Alright folks, we’re less than 4 months out from AUC2017! While you might be more focused on planning your July 4th activities, AUC isn’t that far off either. You know how summer always seems to fly by!
Speaking of things flying by, early bird prices end on July 14! Take a moment to register, and then you can finish reading this post. 😉
Welcome back! We want you to get the most out of the conference. And the only way you can do that is to be prepared.
In the months leading up to AUC, we’ll continue to reveal more exciting things that you can expect this year. We think this is going to be the best one yet!
Recently, I shared with you why membership/marketing professionals at your organization should attend AUC2017, but don’t think I forgot about the IT folks! We believe everyone can benefit from attending AUC and can get something meaningful out of it.
Here’s a sampling of the IT-specific sessions waiting to meet you in Vegas.
- Leveraging Custom Entities & Flow Layouts with Aptify Web: This session will guide attendees through the steps in creating a complicated & dynamic membership application process. The session will cover: Creation of Entities, Product & Pricing structure, Aptify Web Entity Summary Form, Membership Application Form, and Payment Processing Wizards.
- Extending Aptify’s Single Sign-On Capabilities Through Custom Application Development: In an era where it’s becoming more cost-effective to utilize best-of-breed Software as a Service (SaaS) solutions, organizations are faced with the challenge of providing a seamless customer experience across multiple platforms. This session will discuss how the Oncology Nursing Society architected and implemented a solution to extend Aptify’s single sign-on extension. The speakers will provide detail on how they integrated Aptify with 14 SaaS solutions using seven different methods of authentication.
Okay, you’re probably thinking this is more of a tease. You’re right, it is. Did you think I was going to reveal EVERYTHING? That wouldn’t be fun!
We have plenty more in store for you, so if you’re curious, check out our AUC site for more information on the IT track. We think you’re going to like it.
Keep checking back on the blog for more updates.